Someday I'll Be Saturday Night

Album: Cross Road (1994)
Charted: 7


  • This is one of the three new studio tracks included on the Cross Road compilation. It has a very Country feel to it, and the band often extends it live. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Aaron - Manistee, MI

Comments: 3

  • Adam from York, PaI'm 15, and I bought my first album when I was 14, the CrossRoads album is that album. Thank God for Bon Jovi, one of the last great Rock n' Roll bands of all time. If anybody wants to know the rest of the songs they are,
    Blaze of Glory
    Keep the Faith
    Dead or Alive
    Prayer 94
    Livin on a Prayer
    I'll be there for you
    You give love a bad name
    Lay your hands on me
    Bed of Roses
    In and Out of Love
    Bad Medicine

    This is the US version, on other versions prayer 94 was replaced by Tokyo Road or In these Arms, and The song never say good bye was present
  • Jenni Pridham from Meadow Heights,This sound deals with depression and dreams, the ups and down of life and the innocence of youth or childhood being taken away. So beautiful and uplifting - Some Day I'll be Saturday Night!!!
  • Ray from Lodi, NjI've been a bon jovi fan since I was 10 (I am not telling you how long that's been but let's just say it's a long time) and this is one of my favorite songs from them. This and "Sleep when I'm dead."
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