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"Saturday" is a single by Fall Out Boy released from their 2003
album Take This to Your Grave.
It is still incorporated into their set lists and is almost always
played last at their shows, with very few exceptions.
The video features all of the band, but particularly Patrick Stump and
Pete Wentz. Pete is
killing the other band members and their friends, leaving a Queen
of Hearts playing card with each of the bodies. Patrick is a
detective tracking the "killer". During the bridge of the song,
Patrick and Pete are seen in the same position, sitting on a bed
with a wall of pictures of Pete's victims in the background,
suggesting that Patrick and Pete may be the same person. In the
end, Pete kills Patrick, but because Pete and Patrick turn out to
be the same person, Pete dies as well.
During the video, there are clips of the band playing a show. In
an interview, they said that the moshing and slam dancing were to
Hatebreed, not actually
The members of the band have repeatedly stated that this song is
one of their favorites, and typically finish every full length live
show with it, during most live performances Pete Wentz puts down
his bass during the breakdown to sing the screaming parts in the
final chorus. It is also a fan favorite at concerts. "Saturday" is
the third track on Fall Out Boy's most recent album entitled
"Believers Never Die: Greatest Hits", which was released on
November 16-17, 2009.