65 Songs About the Weekend: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

Updated on February 23, 2020
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Celebrate the end of a hard week's work with a playlist of pop, rock, country, and R&B songs about Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Celebrate the end of a hard week's work with a playlist of pop, rock, country, and R&B songs about Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. | Source

Recharge From Your Work Week

After clocking in 40-60 hours for "the man" this week, leave both your workload and worries where they belong—at work. You may be swamped on the job, but your work will still be there come Monday. Take the weekend to kick back, relax, and enjoy yourself.

Whether you like to celebrate the end of a work week with a group of rowdy friends or hide away at home, we have a long playlist of pop, rock, country, and R&B songs about weekends—Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. With the help of music you can recharge from your work week and make it a weekend to remember.

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1. "Working for the Weekend" by Loverboy

Originally, this 1981 pop rock number was called "Everybody's Waiting for the Weekend." The song was inspired by the observation that people seem everywhere seem to spend five days a week working, plodding along, just so they could relax for two good days.

In this hit, the narrators contemplate romance, wonder what acquaintances will come hang out with them, and they anticipate cranking up the party full tilt this weekend. Everyone needs a reward for a week of hard work! Loverboy is one of the many Canadian singers and band who made it big in America.

2. "Finally Friday" by George Jones

If you listen to country radio, you've undoubtedly heard some version of this 1992 song by Country Music Hall of George Jones. "Finally Friday" received only modest airplay at the time of its release but has grown in status since.

The uptempo ditty celebrates the end of the work week with a whole lot of drinking and dancing planned:

It's finally Friday
I'm free again
I got my motor running for a wild weekend
It's finally Friday
I'm out of control
Forget the workin' blues
And let the good times roll.

3. "House Every Weekend" by David Zowie

Although this 2015 house music hit didn't gain traction in North America, it occupied the top spot on the charts in the United Kingdom. The song's narrator has been working hard all week, and he's tired of staying home when the weekends roll around. He reassures his partner that he loves her but admits that if they don't go out and have some fun this weekend, he feels that he may explode. The frustrated fellow entreats his lover to get out of the rut they've been in.

4. "Love on the Weekend" by John Mayer

Whereas some folks spend the weekend carousing, the man in this 2016 rock love tune is looking forward to a romantic staycation, a his-n'-hers party for two. He picks up his girlfriend from work on Friday and takes her to his place, where they blissfully wall themselves off from the city below and bask in serotonin, love's natural feel-good drug. They don't plan on coming up for breath until the weekend is over.

5. "The Weekend" by Brantley Gilbert

The guy in this 2017 country number has a low maintenance, crank-it-up weekend planned with his friends. It's payday, and he's almost giddy about the party that lies ahead: tan legs, tailgating by the moonlight, and drinking shots. They plan to make their own fun 'til church on Sunday and work on Monday:

Backwoods lookin' like Panama City
Bunch of jacked-up trucks and bikinis
Got a Yeti full of good ideas
Like I ain't worried about drivin'
I'mma stay right here.

6. "Weekend" by Kane Brown

In this 2018 country ditty, it's Friday afternoon, and the narrator has his sights set on chillin' for the weekend with his lady friend. He rattles off plans for the next few days: bass fishing, skinny dipping, and binge watching their favorite shows. Most importantly, he wants to spend the next couple of days wrapped up in the sheets with her, doing some "not sleeping" activities.

7. "Friday I'm in Love" by The Cure

When you're dating, you live for going out on Fridays. The rest of the week may be a drag, but Fridays can erase the disappointment with the promise of romance and good times:

Monday you can fall apart
Tuesday, Wednesday break my heart
Thursday doesn't even start
It's Friday I'm in love.

This fun, upbeat rock song from 1992 was featured in the 2009 romantic comedy motion picture, He's Just Not That Into You. "Friday I'm In Love" represents a notable departure from The Cure's usual darker sound, and it was the band's last song to hit the Top 40 of the mainstream pop chart.

8. "Here Comes the Weekend" by Pink (featuring Eminem)

Look out because the sirens are sounding, and the rum is flowing. Here comes the weekend! In this 2012 pop song, Pink is ready to celebrate the end of a hard week by hitting the bars and leaving her problems behind her. She's armed with lipstick and leather, high heels and cherry wine. Ya'll be careful out there.

9. "Kings of the Weekend" by Blink-182

In this 2016 alt rock number, the narrators are ready to let go on a Friday night and lose control for a couple of days. The weekend provides them a respite until Monday morning strikes again, and they feel like kings of the weekend.

10. "Lonely Weekend" by Kacey Musgraves

The lonely lady in this 2018 country tune is spending the weekend stuck at home without her significant other. She checks her phone, wonders if there is anyone she could call, and finally tries to convince herself that hanging out alone for a few days doesn't bother her. Missing her partner, she's resigned to one lonely weekend:

Monday, I was gone, and Tuesday, you were working late
Wednesday went to hell, and Thursday kinda had to wait, yeah
Friday, you were leavin', goin' out of town again
I should see what's goin' on, only got a couple friends.

11. "Uptown Funk" by Mark Ronson (featuring Bruno Mars)

"Smoother than a fresh jar of Skippy" is what the player in this pop-funk song claims to be. He's out with friends on a Saturday night and full of braggadocio, eager to demonstrate through booze, broads, and his billfold how he's a big deal.

This catchy Grammy Award-winning topped the charts throughout much of the world. In addition, Rolling Stone named it to their 2018 list of "The 100 Greatest Songs of the Century – So Far." Bruno Mars may be only a featured artist here, but he totally steals the show.

Better days are coming. They're called the Saturdays & Sundays.
Better days are coming. They're called the Saturdays & Sundays. | Source

12. "A Sunday Kind of Love" by Etta James

There's a wistfulness pervading this sensuous R&B/jazz rendition of "A Sunday Kind of Love." Etta James' narrator acknowledges feeling lonely and wants someone who cares for her, an enduring relationship that will last past Saturday night. Tired of players, she's ready to embrace a lifelong love. That's not too much to ask, right?

James' cover was released in 1960 on the legendary singer's debut album. Although the popular song was recorded by a wide range of artists, it failed to ever reach the Top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100 chart. James' contribution to music was celebrated with inductions into the Grammy, Blues, and Rock and Roll Halls of Fame. Additionally, she was named by Rolling Stone to their list of the "100 Greatest Artists of All Time."

13. "Sunday Morning" by Maroon 5

It's Sunday morning and this man is cocooned with the woman he loves in the warmth of their bed. They spend the day together away from the stressful world to which he must return soon, but he doesn't want to leave the one thing in life that centers him. This 2004 alternative rock song was an international hit and appeared on the soundtrack of the romantic comedy film Love Actually.

14. "Hello Friday" by Flo Rida (featuring Jason Derulo)

The people in this 2016 hip-hop song are partying like their lives depend on it. After waiting all week for Friday, they're letting both the money and the booze flow, then they spend Saturday ramping up their game. On Sunday, the narrator prays for forgiveness, and the cycle repeats itself. You can only live this lifestyle for so long before it catches up to you.

15. "Friday Night" by Eric Paslay

Whereas some people seek stability and predictability in a life partner, others seek a lifetime of adventure. What are you looking for? The guy in this 2013 country love song declares what type of love relationship he wants by invoking the days of the week.

He doesn't want a practical Monday brand of romance which he perceives as routinized, standard, and something you check off your list. Instead, he wants a love that resembles Friday night's energy and excitement. This is heart-thumping type of love that has you road tripping on a warm summer night in a convertible with the wind ripping through your hair, radio up.

16. "God Bless Saturday" by Kid Rock

If there's one thing the narrator lacks in this rockin' 2010 anthem, it's job satisfaction. The guy is just killing time as he clocks in 12-hour shifts working for the man.

On the positive side, might I suggest that he at least has a job and a little jingle in his pocket come the end of the weekend? Sadly, he doesn't see it that way and thus complains:

'Cause Monday's just a b*tch, Tuesday's such a bother
Wednesday's like watching dead flowers grow
Thursday ain't for sh*t, Friday's getting hotter
But on Saturday night you know
We let it rock and keep the drinks pouring
Let it roll until the early morning
We're underpaid, but we still give thanks and praise
God bless Saturday.

17. "Another Saturday Night" by Sam Cooke

Avoid feeling isolated and blue on the weekends by getting out there and making friends! Seriously, who doesn't love a good man with a job?

In writing this 1963 R&B crossover hit, Sam Cooke was inspired by his own experience. He was touring England and staying in a hotel room where no female guests were permitted. The tune features a man who has been in town about a month and feels lonely because he hasn't met any girls yet. It's Saturday night, and the guy is flush with cash from pay day. He could spend it on someone special, but unfortunately, he sits by himself, wishing he had someone to talk to.

This catchy number also became a hit for Cat Stevens in 1974. Sam Cooke was named by Rolling Stone magazine as one of the "Greatest Singers of All Time" and was awarded the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. He was inducted into both the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the National Rhythm and Blues Music Hall of Fame.

18. "Cheap Thrills" by Sia (featuring Sean Paul)

You don't need a wad of cash to have fun. On the weekends just dress up, hit the dance clubs, and enjoy the beat. Although Sia wrote this reggae-tinged song for Rihanna, the singer passed on it. "Cheap Thrills" subsequently became a worldwide hit for Sia and one of the 2016 year-end favorites internationally. Sia is one of a long list of Australian singers who have made it big in America.

19. "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" by Katy Perry

In this fun 2010 pop ditty, its the day after, and Katy Perry is reliving one helluva night as she tries to piece together what went down. It sounds like the girl is living in the fast lane and needs to slow down before she gets in some big trouble.

The narrator is a wild child who got black out drunk, hooked up with a stranger, and went on a shopping spree. She and her friends broke the law, and there are even incriminating photos online. The teen narrator claims she's having fun and has the hickey to prove it. Wait until the parents find out.

20."Just Got Paid" by Johnny Kemp

Bahamian R&B singer Johnny Kemp became a one-hit wonder with this 1988 crossover hit. It reached the Top 10 on the mainstream pop chart and was nominated for a Grammy, but Kemp couldn't repeat his success. The song describes a man who is hunting for a party on a Friday night. He's rockin' to the beat and having a good time shaking his booty, tipping back the drinks, and flirting.

Relax this weekend
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Even More Songs About the Weekend: Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

Song
Artist
Year Released
21. Saturday Nights
Khalid
2019
22. Saturday in the Park
Chicago
1972
23. Friday
Rebecca Black
2011
24. Friday on My Mind
The Easybeats
1966
25. Weekend
Priory
2014
26. Livin' for the Weekend
The O'Jays
1975
27. Every Other Weekend
Reba McEntire
2007
28. Weekend Warrior
Iron Maiden
1992
29. Chattahoochee
Alan Jackson
1992
30. Weekend
Mac Miller (featuring Miguel)
2015
31. Here Comes the Weekend
Roxette
1992
32. Louisiana Saturday Night
Mel McDaniel
1980
33. That's What I Love About Sunday
Craig Morgan
2005
34. Thank God It's Friday
R. Kelly
1996
35. S-S-S-Saturday
Bowling for Soup
2011
36. Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting
Elton John
1973
37. Except for Monday
Lorrie Monday
1991
38. Sumter County Friday Night
Lee Brice
2010
39. Easy
Commodores
1977
40. Saturday
Simple Plan
2015
41. Sunday in the South
Shenandoah
1989
42. Small Time Saturday Night
Hal Ketchum
1991
43. High 'N' Dry (Saturday Night)
Def Leppard
1981
44. Saturday Night
Sam Hunt
2015
45. Sunday Morning
The Velvet Underground
1966
46. Groovin' on a Sunday Afternoon
The Rascals
1967
47. Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down
Johnny Cash
1970
48. Friday
J.J. Cale
1979
49. Saturday Night
Bay City Rollers
1974
50. Sunday
Sonic Youth
1998
51. Another Park, Another Sunday
The Doobie Brothers
1974
52. Gloomy Sunday (Hungarian Suicide Song)
Billy Holliday
1941
53. Anything Goes
Florida Georgia Line
2014
54. My Kinda Party
Jason Aldean
2010
55. American Saturday Night
Brad Paisley
2009
56. Ready for the Weekend
Calvin Harris
2009
57. Sunday Morning Coming Down
Johnny Cash
1970
58. Good Time
Alan Jackson
2008
59. It's Friday
Aaron Tippon
2005
60. Friday
Rascal Flatts
2012
61. Friday Paycheck
Josh Turner
2010
62. Just Got Paid
Emerson Drive
2017
63. Honky Tonk Attitude
Joe Diffie
1993
64. Drinking Class
Lee Brice
2014
65. Livin' It Up
Bell & James
1978
Know a song about the weekend that should be on this playlist? Leave a suggestion in the Comments Section below!

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      • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR

        FlourishAnyway 

        2 days ago from USA

        Heidi - That's a good one. Added it! Hope your weekend was a good one!

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        FlourishAnyway 

        2 days ago from USA

        NIthya - Thanks for stopping by. I like Eric Paslay and other country songs too!

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        Nithya Venkat 

        2 days ago from Dubai

        A great selection of songs about the weekend. I know some of the songs and my favorite is "Friday Night" by Eric Paslay. Thank you for sharing these songs brings back great memories.

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        Heidi Thorne 

        3 days ago from Chicago Area

        So I'm in a restaurant last night and I'm reminded of another Friday/weekend song. And, of course, any selection from me is funk-tastic. Bell & James (Livin' It Up) Friday Night.

        Happy Weekend!

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        FlourishAnyway 

        9 days ago from USA

        Bob - It's one of my favorite oldies. Have a wonderful week ahead!

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        Robert Sacchi 

        9 days ago

        Fun list. I remember the resurgence of "Another Saturday Night". Thanks for posting the article and video.

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        FlourishAnyway 

        10 days ago from USA

        Devika - I never realized so many people loved Sundays so much. Thank you for stopping by.

      • FlourishAnyway profile imageAUTHOR

        FlourishAnyway 

        10 days ago from USA

        Dora - I feel the same way! It's funny how your perspective changes when you love your life a little more thanks to a job change.

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        Dora Weithers 

        11 days ago from The Caribbean

        There are so many reason to love the weekend. I also love Mondays now, after disliking this day for so long. It's just that since being retired, it's awesome to awake on Mondays and feel like the weekend continues.

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        Devika Primic 

        11 days ago

        FlourishAnyway Sundays have always been my favorite day of the week. I like your thought of this hub and didn't give a thought of songs that have these days of the week. Nice selection.

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        FlourishAnyway 

        11 days ago from USA

        Heidi - I thought that was a strange thing as well. Have a terrific Valentine's Day weekend as well! Hope you have special plans.

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        Heidi Thorne 

        11 days ago from Chicago Area

        The Cure "Friday I'm In Love" was the first one that came to mind for me when I saw the title.

        Ain't it weird that Saturday Night Fever had no songs with the weekend or weekend day names in their titles?

        Anyway, good list, as always! Is there a follow-up list for the rest of the days? I can think of a few. Have a fun Valentine's Day, wait for it, Weekend!

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        FlourishAnyway 

        2 weeks ago from USA

        Audrey - She's really amazing. Many people have tried to copy her but no one can quite capture her magic. Glad you enjoyed this list!

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        FlourishAnyway 

        2 weeks ago from USA

        Peggy - My weekends now run into my week days thanks to a major job change. I hope you enjoy your schedule as much as I do.

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        FlourishAnyway 

        2 weeks ago from USA

        Chitrangada - I'm glad you liked this. I'm a Friday/Saturday person, too!

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        FlourishAnyway 

        2 weeks ago from USA

        Lora - What a talented lady you are! I bet you're glad to be free on weekends now, however.

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        FlourishAnyway 

        2 weeks ago from USA

        Linda - I love the Cat Stevens version as well. Thanks for stopping by. Glad you enjoyed this.

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        FlourishAnyway 

        2 weeks ago from USA

        Linda - YouTube has some fun clips. There's a fun account that has Barrack Obama singing Uptown Funk and other major hits through dubbing. It's really funny.

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        FlourishAnyway 

        2 weeks ago from USA

        Donna - Thanks so much for your kind comment. I appreciate you.

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        Audrey Hunt 

        2 weeks ago from Idyllwild Ca.

        I may be the only one in our group who loves the song "A Sunday Kind of Love"(yep...showing my age). Etta James does a sexy version of this number and I can't get enough of this ladies voice

        You've outdone yourself with this list of "Weekend Songs." I had fun going through each one and found another classic that I really like - "Saturday in the Park" - one of Chicago's biggest hits.

        Thanks, so much!

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        Peggy Woods 

        2 weeks ago from Houston, Texas

        Most people who work during the week undoubtedly look forward to the weekends. You have gathered together a great number of songs celebrating those days.

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        Lora Hollings 

        2 weeks ago

        When I was a freelance musician, there were many times that I would work weekends either doing classical music concerts, weddings, or playing for musicals, so the weekends were always about working and running! But now, since I don't do much of that anymore, I have more weekends to do what I want. I would say my favorite is "Sunday Morning" by Maroon 5. It's a very catchy tune. Great list that you put together here, Flourish!

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        Linda Crampton 

        2 weeks ago from British Columbia, Canada

        I'm impressed that you found so many songs about the weekend! The only one I know is "Another Saturday Night." I used to love the version by Cat Stevens. I didn't know that Sam Cooke recorded it first.

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        Linda Lum 

        2 weeks ago from Washington State, USA

        Lots of great songs here, but my fave is Bruno. Keeps my toe tapping. If you look on You Tube you should be able to find a compilation of dancing clips from old movies with Uptown Funk as the background music. Lots of Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly.

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        Donna Rayne 

        2 weeks ago from Sutter Creek

        And another excellent article from my favorite writer! Keep up the great work that you do!

        Blessings always to you and yours,

        Donna Rayne

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        FlourishAnyway 

        2 weeks ago from USA

        Clive - I like Bruno, too, and saw him in concert a few years ago. I do think, however, he's gotten a little too filthy with his lyrics.

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        FlourishAnyway 

        2 weeks ago from USA

        Pamela - There were so many country songs about weekends that I didn't dare put more of them. They seemed to follow the same formula: the narrator has some beer, it's Friday night, there is at least one scantily clad blue jean or bikini girl and they're partying in a truck bed, often in a field they are driving down dirt road.

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        FlourishAnyway 

        2 weeks ago from USA

        Bill - Good that you got that one! Thanks for stopping by. I hope your weekend is going great. Did you ever decide to drive that bus full of kids?

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        FlourishAnyway 

        2 weeks ago from USA

        Louise - Glad to see you! Have a great Sunday. The Bay City Rollers are a great throw back!

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        FlourishAnyway 

        2 weeks ago from USA

        Liz - That's both a good thing and not. On one hand, you have more flexibility, but on the other hand you can feel like there's no downtime. Thanks for reading!

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        Clive Williams 

        2 weeks ago from Jamaica

        Bruno Mars my fave....

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        Pamela Oglesby 

        2 weeks ago from Sunny Florida

        I am impressed with the number of songs about the weekend. Since I am retired them I don't think about the weekend as I use to, but as a RN I worked weekends some of the time anyway. I like the country songs the best, but there are several great songs in your long list.

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        Bill Holland 

        2 weeks ago from Olympia, WA

        You went all current on me with the Top Ten. The first one that came to mind for me was "Friday On My Mind" by the Easy Beats...a classic One Hit Wonder group, but a great, catchy song.

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        Louise Powles 

        2 weeks ago from Norfolk, England

        There's a lot of good songs here, also a few I don't know which I will check out. I'm glad you put the Bay City Rollers in. I love the song 'Saturday Night' what they sang.

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        Liz Westwood 

        2 weeks ago from UK

        You have put together a great selection of weekend songs. In the UK there has been a drive towards more flexible working hours in recent years so that for some the traditional weekend is becoming a distant memory.

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