It's Friday night.
You want to hang out with your friend's cause you've had it up to here.
School just started and you wonder to yourself,


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Friday Nite Lyrics as written by Nat Julian Adderley

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    Hey this songs awesome ! I Heard it of the new atticus compilation album cd its awesome too 24 songs for 5$$ And there awesome songs form blink 182, New found glory, Slick Shoes, Sugarcult etc.. This is awesome well its Friday Night and im gonna go to the mall Peace...

    "It’s Friday night. Let’s go. Let’s all have some fun tonight. All right. Here we go. Here we go tonight."

    NFG KICKS ASS

    -STIX-

    ADimeADexteron May 10, 2002   Link
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    This song is pretty rad. Hey, _N_FG...that CD kicks! Go you! S.S. rocks my socks!! =)

    XxXstewpid kidXxXon June 17, 2002   Link
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    NFG does kick major ASS!!!!!!

    NFGbabeon July 16, 2002   Link
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    yeah..no..nfg are sellouts..they used to be soooo kewl..and talk to ppl before shows..ie..before they were big...now..nope..do u guys not see the 12 year old trendy grrls there? i mean..they havent changed their style of music..so they havent really soldout..but oh man..i wish they werent on mtv.

    loveis4suckerson August 03, 2002   Link
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    hey dude...its not their faults that they wanna make money to LIVE....hello!!! you want them to have one pair of underwear and eat shit? no....i've loved nfg forever and always will....so BOOYAH this song is kool

    NFGnTSLrockmysockson September 07, 2002   Link
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    This song's a cool cruising song, just a fun song. The whole album's good actually

    btw, what has New Found Glory got to do with this song??

    Cherub Rockon September 12, 2002   Link
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    ive been listening to A new found glory for 4 years...does it not upset u that there are now SHREIKING 12 year old trendy grrls at the shows that scream "i love you jordan"? and they are oh so excited that they saw a band that was on trl? b/c it annoys me..they get pushed one time and think they were in the damn mosh pit...ah well...the music is still good though..at least they havent sold out to appease the masses...but theres still time...so maybe

    loveis4suckerson September 24, 2002   Link
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    bravo to the guys that rock ike Slick Shoes. This song and Angel are 2 of their bests songs.

    punkerchik06on March 07, 2003   Link
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    Too bad that new found glory isnt punk. just a poprock band with three cd's about girls. I talked to jordan before a show i went to to see finch and he didnt know who the subhumans were, hence the reason i dont call them punk, besides the style of music. Great song though, my friends and i always listen to it every friday night

    H2OGOPunxon April 21, 2003   Link
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    This song is nauseating. By far the worst song on the CD, and the self-titled album [and latest album] can't touch Burn Out or even Wake Up Screaming.

    This CD: OK. This song: Awful.

    TheOnlyTrueWarneron May 06, 2003   Link

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