We just touched down in our home town,
Everybody knows what's going down;
My girl looks cute in her cowboy boots,
And boys looking punk and getting loose

And everybody's up for getting down;
So we say it loud,
And we say it proud

Saturday night in!
Woah! Woah!
(Yeah we're singing)
Saturday night in!
(Oh we're singing)
Woah! Woah!
The kids have all come out to play,
And all we want is victory oh;
Woah! Saturday night!
Woah! Woah! Oh!

The night's still young and we're still proud,
Everybody knows what's going down;
I'll never cuss, so c'est la vie,
We live for the night and victory

And I'm just living out my little dreams,
So imma need to hear ya scream

Saturday night in!
(C'mon)
Woah! Woah!
(Singing)
Saturday night in!
(I need ya singing)
Woah! Woah!

The kids have all come out to play,
And all we want is victory, oh;
Woah! Saturday night!
Woah! Woah!
(C'mon)
Woah! Saturday night!
Woah! Woah! Oh!

(Oh, oh, oh, oh)

Saturday night in!
Saturday night in!

We just touched down in my home town,
Everybody knows what's going down;
We raised our glasses to the sky,
And singing like we're getting high.

(Oh, oh) And everybody wants to know our names,
(Oh, oh) Yeah, everybody wants to know;
(Oh, oh) I said everybody wants to know my name,
(Oh, oh) Everybody wants to know, Yeah!

Woah! Saturday night! (C'mon)
Woah! Woah!
Woah! Saturday night! (Sing it)
Woah! Woah! (Sing it on a Saturday)
Woah! Saturday night!
Woah! Woah!

(Oh, oh) The kids have all come out to play,
(Oh, oh) And all we want is victory;
Saturday night in! (I need ya singing)
Woah! Woah!
Saturday night in! (C'mon)
Woah! Woah!

Just touched down in our home town,
And everybody knows what's going down.

I say everybody knows what's going down,
I say everybody wants to know (oh, oh, oh)

Everybody knows what's going down,
Yeah, everybody wants to know.


Lyrics submitted by Burtonist4ever

Saturday Night song meanings
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