"Friday and Saturday Night" as written by and Wayne Hancock....
Me and my baby's going out on the town
Worried about nothing gonna lay some money down
She's my honey lovin' baby, I'm her man
We're going juke joint jumpin' just as fast as we can

She's my baby, my honey lovin' baby
She always treats my right
That's why I like to take her out dancing
Every Friday and Saturday night

Early Sunday morning around half past four
Me and my baby come a walkin' through the door
Both of us so tired we're about to fall down
Been out there all night tearing up the town

She's my baby, my honey lovin' baby
She always treats my right
That's why I like to take her out dancing
Every Friday and Saturday night

I've been to memphis, memphis, Tennessee
Down through Louisiana, down in New Orleans
I've met a lot of cats that like to swing and rock
My gal jumps down when they play bee bop

She's my baby, my honey lovin' baby
She always treats my right
That's why I like to take her out dancing
Every Friday and Saturday night


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"Friday and Saturday Night" as written by Wayne Hancock

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