Con Hunley – Week-End Friend

Reached #13, remaining on the charts for a total of 12 weeks. On the Canadian RPM Country Singles charts, reached # 28. The song was included on Con Hunley's debut album, No Limit (Warner 1979)

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“Week-End Friend”, a song written by Troy Seals and Eddie Setser, was recorded by Con Hunley for the Warner label, it was recorded in March 1978, at Columbia Recording Studio, 34 Music Sw. East, Nashville, TN. Produced by Norro Wilson, the song was released in April 1978, on July 8, 1978, reached #13, remaining on the charts for a total of 12 weeks. On the Canadian RPM Country Singles charts, reached # # 28.

The song was included on Con Hunley’s debut album, No Limit (Warner 1979), the album was released in early 1979, and on April 28, 1979, peaked at # 34 on the US Top Country Albums charts, and remaining a total of 7 weeks on the charts.





Con Hunley – Week-End Friend Lyrics

Friday night don’t come soon enough

When I’ve been waitin’ all week for love
6:05 the train will arrive
She’ll be coming in

I’ve got a week-end friend

I’ve got a week-end friend

She’ll have that special

look upon her face
And if it ain’t rainin’
we’ll go to my place
And when we close the door
the feeling will pour
All over us again

I’ve got a week-end friend

I’ve got a week-end friend

She might be in the mood

for dancin’, oh yeah
She might be in the mood
for all night romancin’
Where we lay on back, take it
slow, easy rock n roll, easy roll
All those precious hours I’ve spent

Lovin’ my week-end friend

Lovin’ my week-end friend

Everything ready for my sweet company

Picked out the right song so carefully
And ohhh the music will play
We’ll sail away, wishing
the night would never end

Lovin’ my week-end friend

Talk about my week-end friend
Lovin’ my week-end friend
Talking ’bout my week-end friend
Lovin’ my week-end friend

Might even be better off




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