You know what gets me going on Friday?
So what are the Most Life Changing Songs about this most awesomest of days?
Of course we have to start with the most obvious:
Rebecca Black, “Friday”
Best line: “Yesterday was Thursday, Thursday Today is Friday, Friday
We-we-we so excited We so excited We gonna have a ball today”
No explanation needed. Rebecca speaks the truth and the truth only.
The Cure, “Friday I’m In Love”
Best Line: “Monday you can fall apart Tuesday, Wednesday break my heart
Thursday doesn’t even start It’s Friday I’m in love”
No day of the week is better.
Blink 182, “What’s My Age Again?”
Best Line: “I took her out, it was a Friday night I wore cologne to get the feeling right
We started making out and she took off my pants But then I turned on the TV
And that’s about the time she walked away from me
Nobody likes you when you’re twenty three”
This song brings me back to highschool and it just puts a smile on my face.
Ice Cube, “Friday”
Best Line: “We leave scars, Out of G ride cars,
Livin like stars. Might hit the highway,
On tha Vegas run fool ‘cuz its Friday”
I may not be a “G” but I can certainly live like a star and be happy that it’s Friday.
‘N Sync, “Just Got Paid”
Best Line: “Just got paid, Friday night Party hoppin’, feelin right
Booties shakin’, all around Pump that jam, while I’m gettin’ down”
You know it’s a good day when you can go out, shake your thang, and spend some money.
R Kelly, “Thank God It’s Friday”
Best Line: “Thank God It’s Friday” I mean, he’s truly explaining TGIF here.
Katy Perry, “Last Friday Night”
Best Line: “Last Friday night Yeah we danced on table tops
And we took too many shots Think we kissed but I forgot”
By far the most epic song about Friday. Keep on Keepin’ on Katy. Or is it Kathy Beth Terry?
Helene is a blogger at Helene in Between
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