"Another Saturday Night" as written by John Scally, James H Hackett, Ronald James Borland, Christopher Quinn and Keith Dowson Sharp....
To the top, to the train, to the fall on the stair
To the glint in your eyes and the wind in your hair
Cuz your lucky

You set the scene in your teens with a smile so clean
You made everything seem like it wasn't your dream
Now you're sorry, cuz you're lucky

So you wanted to dance it's a Saturday night
Make a fool of yourself, well it's quite alright
And I wait for you

And you wanted to be everything that you've seen
Everything that you like, but it's quite alright
And I wait for you

Through the will, through the strange, through the way that you say
Don't you worry honey it'll be ok
Cuz your lucky

Can't you see it's the me and I just wanna be free
From the things that you gave up just for me
And I'm sorry cuz I'm lucky

So you wanted to dance it's a Saturday night
Make a fool of myself, well that's quite alright
And I wait for you

And you wanted to be everything that you see
Everything that you like, well it's quite alright
And I wait for you

You set the scene in your teens with a smile so clean
You made everything seem like it wasn't your dream
Now you're sorry, cuz you're lucky

So you wanted to dance it's a Saturday night
Make a fool of myself, well that's quite alright
And I wait for you

And you wanted to be everything that you see
Everything that you like, well that's quite alright
And I wait for you

Through the will, through the strange, through the way that you say
Don't you worry honey it'll be ok
Cuz your lucky and you worry

I'm so tired just so tired I'm so very tired
I don't wanna go
I don't wanna leave
I'm so tired
Just so tired
I don't wanna go
I don't wanna leave


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    General CommentThis song really intrigues me.

    I think it's about a guy who is trying to be in love with an emotionally-unavailable girl; which doesn't work.
    sladeon November 18, 2008   Link

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