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working for the weekend

Mick Rock
Mick Rock

The Story Behind Loverboy’s ‘Working for the Weekend’

What came first the lyric or the catchphrase?

It's part of everyday vernacular now: "What are you up to?" "Working for the weekend."
Originally found on Loverboy's 1981 album Get Lucky, "Working for the Weekend" (the song) has found its way into the pop culture consciousness, making appearances in everything from a Saturday Night Live skit and a 30 Rock episode, to a scene in Zoolander and a Regular Show clip...

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