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Friday I'm In Love

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December 16, 2008 | Format: MP3

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By Carol E. Scott on July 3, 2013
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This is one of those songs that 'gets stuck' in a person's head, but in a nice way. I don't know why, when it's relatively new in the whole scheme of music production, but it seems like a déjà vu when I hear it; it reminds me of something from back in the 1960s or '70s, when I was young, with the whole British invasion pop sound to it. In any case, I love it, and it's something several of my grown children and I can enjoy together, because a few of them really like it, too. Thanks.
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The Cure was a band known for its dark and tormented wailing that was a precursor to "Goth", but this is a lovely pop love-song to the happiest day of the week, Friday.

This was actually a happy accident for the band; when they recorded the song it was supposed to be in a much slower tempo, but Robert Smith was fooling around with the speed control on the tape recorder and the resulting tempo was much faster, and therefore much more upbeat, than the Cure's usual efforts. The lyrics are still about three-fourths dismal with Monday falling apart and Thursday watching the walls, but Friday manages to pull off the one-in-seven chance to redeem the whole song. The result is sweetness with a touch of melancholy, but no saccharine.

As such, it's a bit out of the Cure's usual passion for dirges about spiders and darkness, but arguably their most popular song to date. The band plays the song in the slower original tempo on live recordings.
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Easy Download!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Fast Download!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! No Problems what so ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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When you want to remember the 80's songs like this help shake out the cobwebs.
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Great song! Good sound quality.
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