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Words and music by rick nielsen and robin zander
Saturday at midnight
See you at the red light
Don't wanna be alone
Saturday at midnight

I can't wait for a call
It's just not my style
Been alone too long
But in a little while
When night closes in
And lights are gettin' bright
Makes it all worthwhile
Makes it all worthwhile tonight

Saturday at midnight
See you at the red light (bad scene, man)
Don't wanna be alone
Saturday at midnight

I work hard every day
Every day of my life
My reward is to make a better life
'cause I live for the weekend
And what I wanna do
Is search for that someone
So my dreams come true

Saturday at midnight
See you at the red light (bad scene, man)
Don't wanna be alone
Saturday at midnight

There's a lot of things
That seem to go round
Like the world and the love and the fun
There's a lot of things
That seem to go round
But the girls and the love I get none

Saturday at midnight (I don't want to go home)
Saturday at midnight
I can't wait for a call
It's just not my style
Been alone too long
But in a little while
When night closes in
And lights are gettin' bright
Makes it all worthwhile
Makes it all worthwhile tonight

Saturday at midnight (ha, ha, ha)
See you at the red light (bad scene, man)
Don't wanna be alone

(repeat to coda)



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