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Kid Rock - God Bless Saturday Lyrics and Video




God Bless Saturday by Kid Rock, Music Lyrics and Video

God Bless Saturday is a song by Kid Rock, from his eighth studio album, “Born Free”, which was released in November 2010.
The album was produced by Rick Rubin and was described by Kid Rock as “very organic blues based rock and roll”.

Here you can listen the song.

Kid Rock - God Bless Saturday Lyrics

In the justle and grind, workin’ 9 to 9
Losin’ my mind, watchin’ Father Time
It’s the same ole same, this ball and chain
With only one day to ease my pain
Cuz Monday’s just a bitch
Tuesday’s such a bother
Wednesday’s like watchin’ dead flowers grow
Thursday ain’t for shit
Friday’s getting hotter
But on Saturday night you know
We let it rock
And keep the drinks pourin’
We let it roll
Until the early morning
We’re underpaid, but we still give tanks and praise
God bless Saturday
They tell me I’m livin’ the American dream
Just workin’ for the man
But 52 hours in a stamping plant
Sometimes I don’t understand
Cuz Monday’s just a bitch
Tuesday’s such a bother
Wednesday’s like watchin’ dead flowers grow
Thursday ain’t for shit
Friday’s getting hotter
But on Saturday night you know
We let it rick
And keep the drinks pourin’
We let it roll
Until the early morning
We’re underpaid, but we still give thanks and praise
God bless Saturday

Song Information

This riffy working man’s anthem originally was written as a heavy rock number.
Kid Rock told Billboard magazine how producer Rick Rubin persuaded him to transform it into more of a organic R&B based rock and roll song to go along with the rest of Born Free. Said Rock: “That started out as a really heavy rock and roll thing, and then when we got in there with Rick he said ‘let’s channel some of that Muscle Shoals type of thing, keep it true with what we’ve going on the record.’ He was really cool about the continuity of the record, without telling people what to play at all He’s really good at setting up the vibe. Even in the studio, if he said ‘wow, that might be the worst thing I’ve ever heard,’ he’d laugh about it. There was never any screaming or yelling, it was always ‘let’s do it a different way.’ Then when we’d hit one, he’d say, ‘that was no joke, see you guys tomorrow.’”


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