Another Saturday Night

Words & Music:

Sam Cooke



        G                    C

Another Saturday night and I ain't got nobody.

G                            D

I've got some money 'cause I just got paid.

G                     C

Now, how I wish I had someone to talk to,

G         D     G

I'm in an awful way.


G               D             G                         C

I got in town a month ago.  I seen a lot of girls since then.

           G                                C

If I could meet 'em I could get 'em; but as yet I haven't met 'em.

       G              D         G

That's how I'm in the state I'm in.  Oh!




Another fella told me he had a sister who looked just fine.

Instead of being my deliverance, she had a strange resemblance.

To a cat named Frankenstein.




It's hard on a fella when he don't know his way around.

If I don't find me a honey to help me spend my money.

I'm gonna have to blow this town.


CHORUS:  [2x]


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