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100 Best Songs With Days of the Week in the Title

What's your favorite day of the week? Celebrate any day with this playlist. Read on for some of the best songs with a day of the week in the title!

What's your favorite day of the week? Celebrate any day with this playlist. Read on for some of the best songs with a day of the week in the title!

100+ Songs With a Day of the Week in the Title

There’s an element of intrigue in songs that have a day of the week mentioned in their title. Regardless of the theme or lyrical meaning conveyed, we have to admit that these songs make listening fun. Many singers and songwriters express their fascination with a day in songs metaphorically. While certain songs create a joyful vibe, a number of songs about a day showcase a thoughtful chain of events that arise from personal experiences.

The list below showcases a diverse collection of songs that have days of the week mentioned in their title. Feel free to share your views, opinions, and song suggestions, along with your favorite day, in the comments section.

Top 10 Songs With Days of the Week in the Title

  1. “Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)”—Katy Perry
  2. “Ruby Tuesday”—The Rolling Stones
  3. “Wednesday Morning, 3, A.M.”—Simon & Garfunkel
  4. “Friday I’ll Be Over U”—Allison Iraheta
  5. “Tuesday's Gone”—Lynyrd Skynyrd
  6. “Manic Monday”—The Bangles
  7. “Thank God It’s Friday”—Love & Kisses
  8. “Call it Stormy Monday (But Tuesday is Just as Bad)”—T-Bone Walker
  9. “Friday I’m in Love”—The Cure
  10. “Thursday’s Child”—David Bowie


11. “Sunday Morning”—Maroon 5

12. “Waiting for Wednesday”—Lisa Loeb

13. “Any Wednesday”—The Royal Guardsman

14. “Sunday and Me”—Jay and the Americans

15. “American Saturday Night”—Brad Paisley

16. “Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down”—Kris Kristofferson

17. “Saturday Gigs”—Mott the Hoople

18. “Laundromat Monday”—Joe Jackson

19. “Blue Monday”—New Order

20. “Another Saturday Night”—Sam Cooke


21. “Saturday Night”—Whigfield

22. “Come Monday”—Jimmy Buffett

23. “Tuesday’s Heartbreak”—Stevie Wonder

24. “Sunday Girl”—Blondie

25. “Hello Friday”—Flo Rida featuring Jason Derulo

26. “Another Sunday in South”—Miranda Lambert

27. “Monday, Monday”—The Mamas & the Papas

28. “Sunday Morning”—Earth, Wind & Fire

29. “Funky Friday”—Dave featuring Fredo

30. “High ‘n’ Dry (Saturday Night)”—Def Leppard

31. “Everyday Is Like Sunday”—Morrissey

32. “Closed On Sunday”—Kanye West

33. “Saturday”—Fall Out Boy

34. “Thursday”—Jess Glynne

35. “Rainy Days and Mondays”—The Carpenters

36. “Friday on My Mind”—The Easybeats

37. “Wednesday Week”—The Undertones

38. “A Month of Saturdays”—R.E.M.

39. “Saturday Nights”—Khalid

40. “I Don't Like Mondays”—The Boomtown Rats


41. “Saturday in the Park”—Chicago

42. “10:15 Saturday Night”—The Cure

43. “Someday I’ll Be Saturday Night”—Bon Jovi

44. “Tuesday”—ILoveMakonnen featuring Drake

45. “Saturday Night Special”—Lynyrd Skynyrd

46. “Small Town Saturday Night”—Hal Ketchum

47. “Monday Morning”—Fleetwood Mac

48. “Saturday Night”—Drowning Pool

49. “New Moon on Monday”—Duran Duran

50. “Saturday”—Rebecca Black and Dave Days

51. “Friday’s Child”—Nancy Sinatra

52. “It Sure is Monday”—Mark Chesnutt

53. “Saturday Night”—Bay City Rollers

54. “Tuesday Morning”—The Pogues

55. “Saturday Love”—Cherrelle and Alexander O’Neal

56. “Friday Night in Dixie”—Rheet Atkins

57. “Saturday Night”—Natalia Kills

58. “Drive-In Saturday”—David Bowie

59. “Pleasant Valley Sunday”—The Monkees

60. “Friday to Sunday”—Justice Crew


61. “Tuesday’s Dead”—Cat Stevens

62. “I Don't Have To Be Me ('til Monday)”—Steve Azar

63. “Sunday Bloody Sunday”—U2

64. “Friday Night”—Lady A

65. “Saturday Night”—Suede

66. “Friday Night”—Arabesque

67. “Sunday Morning”—No Doubt

68. “Monday Morning”—Melanie Fiona

69. “Sunday Morning Call”—Oasis

70. “Saturday Night Special”—Conway Twitty

71. “Louisiana Saturday Night”—Mel McDaniel

72. “Sunday”—Sonic Youth

73. “Come Saturday Morning”—The Sandpipers

74. “Sunday Will Never Be the Same”—Spanky and Our Gang

75. “Say Amen (Saturday Night)”—Panic! at the Disco

76. “Sunday”—Foals

77. “Monday Morning Church”—Alan Jackson

78. “Saturday’s Child”—The Monkees

79. “Friday’s Child”—Will Young

80. “Sunday Morning Sunshine”—Harry Chapin


81. “That’s What I Love About Sunday”—Craig Morgan

82. “Saturday Night at the Movies”—The Drifters

83. “Thursday”—Pet Shop Boys

84. “Saturday (Oooh! Ooooh!)”—Ludacris

85. “Friday”—Phish

86. “Sunday Sunrise”—Anne Murray

87. “Freaky Friday”—Lil Dicky

88. “Raining On Sunday”—Keith Urban

89. “Sunday Papers”—Joe Jackson

90. “Lazy Sunday”—Small Faces

91. “Friday’s Child”—Them

92. “Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down”—Ray Stevens

93. “Beautiful Sunday”—Daniel Boone

94. “Sunday Mornin”’—Spanky and Our Gang

95. “If You’re Not Back in Love by Monday”—Merle Haggard

96. “Saturday”—Basshunter

97. “Friday Night”—The Darkness

98. “Saturday Morning Confusion”—Bobby Russell

99. “One More Saturday Night”—The Grateful Dead

100. “Sunday”—Hurts

Days of the Week in Different Music Genres

In different music genres, musicians have expressed varied sentiments associated with a day. The feeling experienced on different days of the week is theatrically brought to life in many rock, pop, and R&B songs. A number of blues musicians have exquisitely portrayed their emotions through lyrics referencing different days of the week.

Folk musicians and country musicians have expressed their instinctive feeling about how it feels to spend the day with the one you love. Bands and artists from indie, emo, and alternative genres have poetically described the warmth and passion felt on a certain day of the week.


Beliefs Associated With Days of the Week

Belief manifests in strange ways. Different days of the week evoke a new emotion. You are likely to feel more relaxed or confident on your favorite day. Although the liking you have for a particular day of the week is attributed to your mindset, many individuals associate that day with luck. People tend to feel lucky on their favorite day of the week.

This euphoric feeling that evolves is triggered by a sense of calm and positive thinking. Musicians from different genres of music have creatively described their state of mind on certain days. While there is a lot of superstition associated with days of the week, truth is, it’s the way you feel that makes a day more important than the other.

Other Notable Songs With Days of the Week in the Title

  • “Happened on a Saturday Night (Suzie Q)”—Jason Michael Carroll
  • “Sunday Morning”—The Velvet Underground
  • “Tuesday’s Broken”—Sugarland
  • “Sunday Afternoon in the Park”—Van Halen
  • “Dark Saturday”—Metric
  • “Saturdays”—Twin Shadow featuring HAIM
  • “Clean Monday”—Will Butler
  • “One Sunday Morning (Song for Jane Smiley’s Boyfriend)”—Wilco
  • “Saturday Night Inside Out”—The Avalanches
  • “Blue Sunday”—The Doors
  • “Sunday Rain”—Foo Fighters
  • “You’re My Sunday”—Jessica Simpson
  • “Sun Comes Up, It’s Tuesday Morning”—Cowboy Junkies
  • “Tuesday”—Burak Yeter and Danelle Sandoval
  • “Another Park, Another Sunday”—The Doobie Brothers
  • “Saturday Night”—Brian Wilson featuring Nate Ruess
  • “Everything’s Tuesday”—Chairmen of the Board
  • “Sunday Morning Nightmare”—Sham 69
  • “Tonight We Feel Alive (On a Saturday)”—Four Year Strong
  • “Bank Holiday Monday”—Stereophonics
  • “Saturday Sun”—Crowded House
  • “C U Next Tuesday”—Kesha
  • “Saturday Night”—The Blue Nile
  • “Monday Morning”—Death Cab for Cutie
  • “Black Friday”—Steely Dan
  • “Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting”—Elton John
  • “Monday”—Matt Corby
  • “Loving you Sunday Morning”—Scorpions
  • “What Are You Doing Sunday?”—Tony Orlando & Dawn
  • “Good Mourning/Black Friday”—Megadeth
  • “Sunny Sunday”—Joni Mitchell
  • “Almost Saturday Night”—John Fogerty
  • “Sunday”—Earl Sweatshirt featuring Frank Ocean
  • “Just Wednesday”—Inspiral Carpets
  • “Except for Monday”—Lorrie Morgan
  • “Friday Fish Fry”—Kelis
  • “Thursday Morning”—Giles, Giles and Fripp
  • “Love You Till Tuesday”—David Bowie
  • “She Left on A Monday”—Bic Runga
  • “Naked Sunday”—Stone Temple Pilots
  • “Saturday Night, Sunday Morning”—Thelma Houston
  • “On a Saturday Night”—Eddie Floyd
  • “Saturday Night at the Duck Pond”—The Cougars
  • “Remembering Sunday”—All Time Low featuring Juliet Simms
  • “Black Saturday”—Soundgarden
  • “Suicide Sunday”—The Friday Night Boys
  • “Sunday”—Bloc Party
  • “Saturday Night Gave Me Sunday Morning”—Bon Jovi
  • “Bad Friday”—Umphrey’s McGee
  • “Oh, Sunday Night”—Carrie Underwood
  • “Will You Be Staying After Sunday?”—The Peppermint Rainbow
  • “On Saturday Afternoons in 1963”—Rickie Lee Jones
  • “Jersey Thursday”—Donovan
  • “Friday”—Rebecca Black
  • “Sunday”—David Bowie
  • “Finally Friday”—George Jones
  • “Tuesday Afternoon”—The Moody Blues
  • “Sunday Morning Jetpack”—Big Sean featuring The-Dream
  • “One Million Billionth of a Millisecond on a Sunday Morning”—The Flaming Lips
  • “God Bless Saturday”—Kid Rock
  • “Sunday Morning”—Parmalee
  • “Saturday's a Celebration”—Big K.R.I.T. featuring Jamie N Commons
  • “Lazing On a Sunday Afternoon”—Queen
  • “Sunday Night”—Ryan Leslie
  • “(Looking for) The Heart of Saturday Night”—Tom Waits
  • “I Met Him on a Sunday (Ronde-Ronde)”—The Shirelles
  • “Sunday Roast”—Courtney Barnett
  • “Sugar on Sunday”—The Clique
  • “Sunday”—Iggy Pop
  • “Blue Monday”—Fats Domino
  • “Saturday Night Fish Fry”—Louis Jordan
  • “(Thursday) Here’s Why I Did Not Go To Work Today”—Harry Nilsson
  • “Wednesday Evening Blues”—John Lee Hooker
  • “Single Saturday Night”—Cole Swindell
  • “G.O.O.D. Friday”—Kanye West featuring Pusha T, Common, Big Sean, Charlie Wilson and KidCudi
  • “Gloomy Sunday”—Billie Holiday
  • “Weapon for Saturday”—LOLO
  • “Friday Night, Saturday Morning”—The Specials
  • “Church on Tuesday”—Stone Temple Pilots
  • “Saturday Night”—The Misfits
  • “Livin’ it Up (Friday Night)”—Bell and James
  • “Sunday”—The View
  • “Livingston Saturday Night”—Jimmy Buffett
  • “Saturday Night”—Kaiser Chiefs
  • “Friday”—Joe Jackson
  • “Sunday Night is Fair”—The French Kicks
  • “Long Monday”—John Prine
  • “Sober Saturday Night”—Chris Young featuring Vince Gill
  • “I’ve Got Five Dollars and It’s Saturday Night”—Gene Pitney featuring George Jones
  • “Sweet Thursday”—Matt Costa
  • “Wednesday”—Tori Amos
  • “Saturday Night”—Sandi Thom
  • “A Sunday Kind of Love”—Claude Thornhill and his Orchestra
  • “Dancin’ (On A Saturday Night)”—Barry Blue
  • “Thursday’s Keeper”—The Orb
  • “Sunday Drive”—Brett Eldredge
  • “Monday Mourning Meltdown”—Gov't Mule
  • “Sunday Afternoons”—Vanessa Daou
  • “Monday”—Wilco
  • “Saturday Sun”—Vance Joy
  • “Like a Sunday Morning”—Lana Cantrell
  • “Sunday Morning”—A Thousand Horses
  • “Groovy Tuesday”—The Smithereens
  • “Jukebox Saturday Night”—Glen Miller
  • “Sunday Candy”—Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment
  • “Awake on Wednesday”—The Caulfielda
  • “Sunday Morning”—Kaiser Chiefs
  • “Friday’s Child”—Wendy Matthews
  • “Saturday Come Slow”—Massive Attack
  • “Ev'ry Day'll Be Sunday When the Town Goes Dry”—Edward Meeker
  • “Friday is Forever”—We the Kings
  • “Sunday for Tea”—Peter and Gordon
  • “Saturdays”—Chevelle
  • “Ghosts of Saturday Night (After Hours at Napoleone's Pizza House)”—Tom Waits
  • “Saturday Morning”—Rachael Yamagata
  • “Sunday”—The Moments
  • “It’s Already Wednesday”—Freya
  • “Sunday Morning”—Procol Harum
  • “Hooray for Tuesday”—The Minders
  • “(One of These Days) Sunday’s Gonna’ Come on Tuesday”—The New Establishment
  • “Saturday (The Wedding Song)”—Sammy Wilk
  • “Friday”—Ice Cube
  • “Sunday Best”—Surfaces
  • “Saturday Night”—Travis Barker featuring Transplants and Slash
  • “Sunday Morning Song”—Howie Day
  • “Thursday”—Jim Croce
  • “Saturday Night”—Herman Brood & His Wild Romance
  • “Next Sunday”—The Secret Sisters

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