Wherever I am welcome is where I’ll be …
“Saturday,” Marc Broussard
“Saturday Afternoon,” Green
“Saturday as Usual,” Bright Eyes
“Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting,” Elton John
“Saturday Sun,” Crowded House
“Save Me,” Aimee Mann
“Save Me,” Marc Broussard
“Save Me,” Queen
“Saved,” The Mighty Clouds of Joy
“Saving Grace,” Aaron Neville
“Saving Grace,” Crash Kings
The Mighty Clouds of Joy and Aaron Neville tracks are both Dylan covers from the tribute album Gotta Serve Somebody: The Gospel Songs of Bob Dylan. You can get a taste of it on YouTube here.
And a big thank you to pussnbootsification for uploading video from a 1988 Green concert. See also: “I’m Not at Home,” “Up All Night” and one of my very favorite songs, “I Know, I Know.” “I know, I know,” is something we say when we don’t know what else to say — when it seems there is nothing else to say. It’s an attempt at consolation when there isn’t really any consolation we can offer. “I Know, I Know” works as a song because Jeff Lescher sings it as though he might make such consolation meaningful by sheer force of will. That’s probably impossible, but it’s really something to hear him try.