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Friday on My Mind
The Easybeats Lyrics


Monday mornin' feels so bad
Ev'rybody seems to nag me
Comin' Tuesday I feel better
Even my old man looks good
Wed'sday just don't go
Thursday goes too slow
I've got Friday on my mind

Gonna have fun in the city
Be with my girl, she's so pretty
She looks fine tonight
She is out of sight to me
Tonight I'll spend my bread, tonight
I'll lose my head, tonight
I've got to get to night
Monday I'll have Friday on my mind

Do the five day grind once more
I know of nothin' else that bugs me
More than workin' for the rich man
Hey! I'll change that scene one day
Today I might be mad, tomorrow I'll be glad
'Cause I'll have Friday on my mind

Gonna have fun in the city
Be with my girl, she's so pretty
She looks fine tonight.
She is out of sight to me
Tonight I'll spend my bread, tonight
I'll lose my head, tonight
I've got to get to night
Monday I'll have Friday on my mind

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Written by: GEORGE REDBURN YOUNG, HARRY VANDA

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Albert John Paul Schepis

This is one of those stroke-of-genious songs that is so 60's, yet so timeless (as many are).  I enjoy it so much, yet if you asked me who wrote or performed it I'd be at a loss.  I'm no musicologist, though I grew up in the 60's & 70's, and if you see my music likes, I have a lot and they only scratch the surface.  But I say without reserve that I think this is a perfect pop rock song.  I like everything about it, and it still gets me going today as it did back when.  It's a great story everyone can relate to, told with range in vocals, guitar work and heavy snare.  It's technically simple, yet hits every nerve in your body.  It's a lightning strike.  Since I listened to it for the first time in perhaps decades last week, I can't get this song out of my mind.  I love it so much.

Charles Roberts

@Mary Smith You just HAD TO ruin a good time with your political b.s. Good going Mary.

Patagualian Mostly

@Darren Aitcheson
"Perfect pop rock song". Exactly what I was thinking.....Pop back then was much more varied....ranging from pretty naff to the sublime....like this track.

Patagualian Mostly

@Mary Smith I'd vote for that!

Ann Pommer

@Bart Bell HELLO! How about YOU CAN'T ROLLERSKATE IN A BUFFALO HERD- Roger Miller or DANG ME? Or Bobby Boris' THE MONSTER MASH? When I was much younger I liked SAM THE SHAM & THE PHAROHS' -WOOLY BULLY & LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD. Sheb Wooley's PURPLE PEOPLE EATER was A Favorite of Mine because it was SILLY & we could sing along.
In the 70's-80's I used to listen to DR. DEMENTO's Radio Show on Sunday night's. He dug up some stuff I'd Never Heard b4. Or Johnny CASH's "A BOY NAMED SUE" written by Shel Silverstein?
WIPEOUT is 😎. I also like TEQUILA.
How have You been? Glad to Hear from You. After all this time our Governor has made MASKS MANDATORY IN PUBLIC PLACES. Guess I'll have to comply. Or I'll be staying Away Even More. I'm in the Countryside. You can BREATHE. Unless they've sprayed fertilizer on the fields. 😆
Keep the 🎶 ALIVE & OUR CHATS. I ENJOY Hearing From You. And I USUALLY do Song Searches after We've Exchanged. Take Care Bart; Until the Next Time.

Bart Bell

@Ann Pommer How about The Safaris doing 'Wipeout'? Also- Itsy-bitsy, teeny weenie yellow polka-dot bikini; One-eyed purple people-eater; Big Bad John; King of the Road; One piece at a time(J. Cash).

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James crabs

For those of you who think he's mocking or imitating Jagger: Jagger was heavily influenced BY Stevie himself.  He has said that he was absolutely floored in admiration by him.  This guy was exciting as lightning on stage and would even do backflips.  He studied gymnastics.  He was asked by AC/DC to front the fucking band after Bon Scott died.  For those who think this is corny, this is original and badassery to some of its best in rock history. Btw that dark haired guitarist on the left is Angus Young's older brother.

Shauna Allen

Stevie Wright was a legend bad boy. Vanda and Young along with Wright created their own style. Led to foundation of A.C./D.C
Stevie had a tumultuous life...drugs....part in Jesus Christ Superstar Aust....drugs..career revival...hospitalised in the infamous Chelmesford Hospital...arrests...and turned to alchohol to wean off heroin. Not such a good move. Destroyed his teeth, internal organs and then life. Very sad.

SpaceCadet

Actually has a better singing voice than Mick Jagger; however, didn't last long on the music scene. Too many internal conflicts.

Frank Carmack

These guys were the real deal. It is criminal that they weren't better known outside Australia and UK.

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