A new week is upon us. To spice up your week, here is a list of songs corresponding to every single day of the upcoming week! Take a moment to enjoy each piece as your week goes on.
- Monday - Manic Monday by the Bangles
This song describes the weekly craziness that ensues, you guessed it, nearly every Monday. Although Mondays get a bad reputation, this song just might help yours go a little smoother knowing you are not alone in the madness.
- Tuesday - Hooray for Tuesday by the Minders
After a “manic Monday,” who isn’t shouting “Hooray for Tuesday?”
- Wednesday - Wednesday Week by the Undertones
A fun song about the singer’s crush on a girl will surely send out good vibes on hump day.
- Thursday - Thursday by the Weeknd
Also the title of one of the Weeknd’s mixtapes, this dark tune describes how Thursday is the only day he is able to enjoy time with a special girl. Making a comparison to the term “thirsty Thursday,” he plays upon the idea that the girl is just as excited to see him as barhoppers and partiers are every time Thursday night rolls around.
- Friday - Last Friday Night by Katy Perry
Friday is seen in popular culture as a day to begin the weekend’s festivities, so it is only appropriate that Perry sings about how wild Friday nights can get. The fun, peppy tune is perfect for forgetting the stress that this week may have caused!
- Saturday - American Saturday Night by Brad Paisley
Paisley sings about different cultural traditions that have made their way into American culture, such as Italian ice and German cars, and how this wide array of diversity is what truly creates an “American” Saturday night.
- Sunday - Never on a Sunday by Connie Francis
Contrasting with Thursday by the Weeknd, Francis sings about how she encourages her lover to kiss her every day of the week, but never on a Sunday because that is her day to rest. This version also includes some of the original lyrics from the Greek version, Paidia Tou Peireia (Piraeus’ Children). The song’s cute, catchy tune will have you humming along every day of the week, even on a Sunday.