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Heart Of Saturday Night

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  1. With your arm around your sweet one in your Oldsmobile. Barrelin' down the boulevard. You're lookin' for the heart of Saturday night. You got paid on Friday. And your pockets are jinglin' and you see the lights. You get all tinglin' 'cause you're cruisin' with a 6. You're lookin' for the heart of Saturday night.
  2. (D) Yeah, you gassed her up (D7) You’re behind the wheel (G) Arm around your sweet one in your Oldsmobile (Em) Barrelin’ down the boulevard (A) Looking for the heart of (D) Saturday night (D) You got paid on Friday (D7) Pockets a jinglin' (G) You see the lights of town, you get all tinglin' As you (Em) cruisin' with a six pack Just (A) lookin’ for the heart of (D) Saturday night 1 (G.
  3. The song is a third-person account of a young man driving a boulevard and looking for the heart of Saturday night, by which Waits seems to mean the essence of the vitality that weekends have had for young working people for generations. Finding the "heart" of this feeling is a poetically ambiguous concept, which is probably its primary draw.
  4. Ukulele chords for The Heart Of Saturday Night by Tom Waits. Find the best version for your choice. Chords and tablature aggregator - agakelvmarijurusandromadar.xyzinfo
  5. Makes it kind of quiver down in the core 'Cause your dreamin' of them Saturdays that came before And now you're stumblin', you're stumblin' on to the heart of Saturday night. Well, you gassed her up, behind the wheel With your arm around your sweet one in your Oldsmobile Barrellin' down the boulevard, your lookin' for the heart of Saturday Night.
  6. Jun 30,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the SP Vinyl release of The Heart Of Saturday Night on Discogs/5().
  7. Heart of Saturday Night Lyrics. Ooh, yeah, alright. Well, you gassed her up, you're behind the wheel. With your arm around your sweet thing in your Ford mobile. Barrelling down the boulevard.
  8. The Heart of Saturday Night is the second studio album by singer and songwriter Tom Waits, originally released in The title song was written as a tribute to Jack Kerouac. The album cover is based on In the Wee Small Hours by Frank Sinatra/5(40).
  9. THE HEART OF SATURDAY NIGHT by Tom Waits G G9 Gmaj7 G9 C/E C/D C C/B Am7 D7 G D G D G D G D Well, you gassed her up, behind the wheel G C/E C/D C C/B With your arm around your sweet one in your Oldsmobile Am7 D7 G D Barrellin' down the boulevard, your lookin' for the heart of Saturday Night.4/5(4).

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