Next Sunday

Album: Put Your Needle Down (2014)


  • This song was written by the Secret Sisters and inspired by Lydia Rogers' romance with her now-fiance.

    "I think it may be the happiest song we've ever written because it's just about missing someone and being ready to see them," her sister Laura Rogers told Billboard magazine. "We were sitting at my house, and my sister had just started dating a guy who she is marrying next month, and she was missing him. She was going to see him the next Sunday, and she was saying, 'I want it to be next Sunday.' It was kind of a joke, but it turned out to be a really fun song that is very true to who we are as artists."


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