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Fine On A Friday


"Fine On A Friday"
Music & Lyrics by Scott Cooley.

Copyright © ℗ 2014 by Scott Cooley. All rights reserved.

Fine On A Friday
Album cover photo by Richard Cooley
Song from the album Used To Be Good Looking
Position Track # 1
Duration M:SS
Released June 21st, YYYY
Label Scott Cooley Records
Format CD, MP3, FLAC, OGG
Genre Americana, acoustic garage rock,
Studio Scott Cooley Music Productions
Producer Scott Cooley
Songwriter words and music by Scott Richard Cooley
Publisher Scott Richard Cooley Music Publishing, ASCAP
Personnel Scott Cooley - vocals, guitars, bass, drums, percussion
Track Chronology
"Up North"

"Fine On A Friday"


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"Fine On A Friday"

Song by Scott Cooley from the album Used To Be Good Looking
Position #5
Released 2014
Recorded Scott Cooley Music Productions studio, East Lansing, Michigan
Genre alternative acoustic, Americana, rock
Length 3:24
Label Scott Cooley Records
Personnel Scott Cooley - vocals, guitars, bass, percussion, harmonica
Publisher Scott Cooley Music Publishing
Producer Scott Cooley
Format Compact Disc, MP3, FLAC, OGG
Writer words/music by Scott Richard Cooley

"Up North" "Fine On A Friday" "B.C."
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There are workplaces in America, probably elsewhere, in which the required clothing started changing in the 90s.  This concept of "business casual" became commonplace in corporate office environments, and it evolved further to include "casual Friday," a day in which you were permitted to dress down and be a little more casual than M-Th.  One way this was interpreted in practice was that people would wear jeans on Fridays, whereas from Monday through Thursday, they would not.  As a "casual" observer of this cultural phenomenon, I learned that many women in these environments who would otherwise appear serious and boring and even stuffy or nerdy during the week would all of a sudden look pretty sexy on Fridays, highlighted by the wearing of tight jeans.  It made you take notice of them, when otherwise you wouldn't.  Upon taking notice, you'd then think of them in a different way, where instead of being just a professional business woman, you thought of them as potentially being someone who liked to have fun outside the workplace, perhaps even having a wild side.  This would then make you wonder what kind of things they had planned for that Friday after work, and what kind of things they got into doing in their free time.  The fantasizing might take off from there.  That's what this song is all about, and that's what I was thinking about when I wrote it.