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Old 04-28-2012, 11:54 PM   #1
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Icon15 1960's rock songs that mention days of the week-

I'll start,with 1969's "Will You Be Staying After Sunday(or go home on Monday)"by the Peppermint Rainbow ,and 2)1968's "Tuesday Afternoon(Forever Afternoon)"by the Moody Blues.Anyone ever heard either one of these songs,and know of any others that mention days of the week in the title.or the song itself?
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And another one from the 1960's, is Neil Sedaka's 1963 not-so-well known, but very lively ditty "Let's Go Steady Again", which mentions in the lyrics, every day of the week.And yes, if they have a day of the week mentioned in the lyrics, they count. From the 1960's only, please.
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Saturday's Child--The Monkees
Saturdays All Right For Fighting?--Elton John
Actually, 'Saturday's All Right For Fighting' by Elton John would be from the 1970's.

Tuesday Afternoon --by The Moody Blues.
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