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Old 06-03-2003, 09:27 PM
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I love this song. No, it was never released here in the US but once I heard it on the album I loved it. I hear the foreward looking optimism of Someday and admire it. However, my daughter (who is 14) thinks it's one of his saddest songs. Does anyone else hear this as sad? I guess I never did.

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I'm not sure what was wrong with that sentence. Saturday Night was not released here as a single so the only place I could have heard it was on the album. And having a difference of opinion about the tone of a song is quite common. We both enjoy this song - we just interpret it differently.

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Old 06-03-2003, 09:33 PM
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This has always been a fave on mine live, epsecially when it is improvised.
Does anyone remember the awesome version they did in Munich 2001? Man! that went on forever!!
I was in Munich but for me it was just a big dream, I really forgot nearly everything , but some days ago I read a letter I wrote the day after the concert and there I read that it must have been a very great version.....
And I really love that song!!! Especially the words Jon sings on the OneWildNight - CD!!!
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I love this song. No, it was never released here in the US but once I heard it on the album I loved it. I hear the foreward looking optimism of Someday and admire it. However, my daughter (who is 14) thinks it's one of his saddest songs. Does anyone else hear this as sad? I guess I never did.

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I'm not sure what was wrong with that sentence. Saturday Night was not released here as a single so the only place I could have heard it was on the album. And having a difference of opinion about the tone of a song is quite common. We both enjoy this song - we just interpret it differently.

Kathleen
Read what I've highlighted in the quote of your sentence

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Help - it's the grammar police!!! LOL!! What I meant of course, is she thinks that it is one of THEIR saddest songs.

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Help - it's the grammar police!!! LOL!! What I meant of course, is she thinks that it is one of THEIR saddest songs.

Sorry
Kathleen - whose first language is english - sometimes!
Thank you.

Someday I'll Be Saturday Night is a very under rated song I think, but it's really the only Bon Jovi song that I hear on the radio. Other than the odd LOAP, and IML. This is on the rare occasions that I have the radio on, lol!
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i dont listen to it very much on crossroad

but whenever i listen to the OWN live album its one that i never skip

very good song
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the OWN live version is not one of the best versions, believe me!
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Old 06-04-2003, 12:30 AM
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i know.....but for that album ( ) its pretty good
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Old 06-04-2003, 12:41 AM
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Yes, In and out of love and Rocking in the free world are good versions, but i have seen and heard much better versions of the other songs!lol
What can I say, they ran out of time coz of the stupid record co. time frames!
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Yes, In and out of love and Rocking in the free world are good versions,
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also runaway IMO
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