"It's Saturday" as written by and John K. Wozniak....
Mom I'm dyin'
I'm dizzy and fryin'
My throat hurts
I think I should stay in bed

Cause I got some kind of disease
And there are no remedies
Think I should stay in bed today
Maybe tomorrow go out and play
It's Saturday

With Ginseng
And fresh squeezed juice
Of wheat-grass
Oh, and some hot chicken soup
That just might keep me alive
A couple days

But I've got some kind of disease
And there are no remedies
Think I'll join Timothy Leary
In a cryogenic freeze
Next Saturday

Yeah I've got some kind of disease
And there are no remedies
Should a listened when you said beware
Of horny girls with New Jersey hair
Last Saturday


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"It's Saturday" as written by John K. Wozniak

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    General CommentTimothy Leary was a big advocate of LSD and Cryogenic Freezing, he was ultimately cremated after ALCOR and CYROCARE dissolved.

    Leary died of prostate cancer. It could not be treated at the time.

    Not sure if he is talking about getting an STD from a trashy girl at a club or talking about having cancer. Hell, he might even might be talking about feeling bad for a one night stand.
    Spazedon February 05, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe working title for this was "Teenage hypochondriac". Trivia!
    akirstinon January 14, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwhat happened to the first line of the song?

    "Mom, I'm dying. I'm dizzy and fryin'."
    theworryrockon December 18, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI first heard this song while going on a trip to the river a while back.
    I was in the back of my friend's truck and this song came on, which was great because it was a Saturday and from that day on, I have been IN LOVE.
    =)
    MegooStationon December 22, 2008   Link

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