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With George Jones

Hey!
Well I've been a-working hard the whole week long
Tonight I'm gonna have some wine, women and song
Gotta work next week, but that's alright
I've got five dollars and it's Saturday night

[CHORUS]
Gonna have fun tonight
Gonna get right tonight
Everything will be all right
'Cause tonight is Saturday night
Hey!

There's music and a-dancin' and a-flirtin' and fun
It's gonna go on until a way past one
I'm a-gonna go where the lights are bright
I've got five dollars and it's Saturday night

[CHORUS]

Let other folks worry what the future might bring
Just to sit and worry won't get you a thing
My pants may be ragged but that's all right
I've got five dollars and it's Saturday night

[CHORUS]



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