The Guinetones

The Guinetones

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Country - General | Pardeeville, Wisconsin, United States
Total Song Plays: 289   
Member Since: 2017
   Last Login: 8/16/2018

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Song Description

A very Honky Tonk Boogie song with killer Fiddle and Guitar bickering back and forth. Driving Drums and a bouncy fun Bass line that keep up to the high energy tongue and cheek duet vocals. Keeping this true to life love song moving like an untamed Mustang.

Story Behind the Song

Fridays after work we would travel for over two hours. Road weary, we would get home tired and a bit grumpy. Friday night fight is a love ballad, albeit disagreement we knew we would Love each other for ever.

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Great Roots Feel!

    - Tirk Wilder - Broadjam Pro Reviewer

nice country tune here. like the harp, nice sound, fiddle too
good work on background vocs.

    - Patrick E. Muth/Catnip Pat
Lyrics

Friday Night Fights


chorus)
Every Friday night we have a fight. Every Friday night we have a fight. Baby and me we disagree,
but I'm for you and baby you're for me, Every Friday night we have a fight.

Hello there mirror on the wall,
tell me who's the most stubborn one of all. Is it you, or is it me?
We are just so meant to be.
Even if we sit here silently.

(chorus)
It's become so clear that you can't hear,
I never even said that sentence dear.
Baby you just don't listen to me.
There's too much misunderstanding,
But I will still happily wear your ring

(chorus)
Every Friday night we have a fight.
Every Friday night we have a fight.
Baby if you'd just listen to me,
we'd be a happy family.
Then every Friday night won't be a fight.

Song Length
3:04
Genres
Country - Boogie, Rock - Roots/Rock n' Roll
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Duet Male/Female
Moods
Annoyed, Content

Subject Matter
Fight, Making Up

Similar Artists
Johnny and June Cash, The Charlie Daniels Band
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Mark & Michelle Szalapski
Music Credits Mark Szalapski
Producer Credits Jake Johnson