Something for the Weekend (The Divine Comedy song)

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"Something For The Weekend"
Single by The Divine Comedy
from the album Casanova
Released 17 June 1996
Format CD, 7"
Genre BritPop
Length 4:19
Label Setanta
Writer(s) Neil Hannon
Producer(s) Darren Allison, Neil Hannon
The Divine Comedy singles chronology
"Lucy"
(1993)
"Something For The Weekend"
(1996)
"Becoming More Like Alfie"
(1996)

"Something for the Weekend" is a song by The Divine Comedy and the first single from Casanova. It reached 14 in the UK Singles Chart. The song became a hit when Chris Evans heard it at a friend's party and had it played on his radio show the following Monday.[1]

The song itself is about a man who wants to sleep with a woman, but she tricks him.

The phrase "something for the weekend" is a euphemism used by barbers referring to condoms.[2]

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