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Yes Sir, I Can Boogie - Various - Super Disco Hits 20 (Cassette)

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  1. Baccara originally released Yes Sir, I Can Boogie written by Frank Dostal and Rolf Soja and Baccara released it on the album Baccara in It was also covered by Gottfried Böttger, The Hiltonaires [DE], Ted Weber, Top of the Pops and other artists.
  2. Yes Sir, I Can Boogie This song is by Baccara and appears on the album Baccara () and on the album Star Collection (). This song has been covered by Goldfrapp under the title "Yes Sir". Mister Your eyes are full of hesitation Sure makes me wonder If you know what you're looking for Um baby I want to keep my reputation I'm a sensation You try me once you'll beg for more Oh.
  3. Yes Sir, I Can Boogie Lyrics: Mister / Your eyes are full of hesitation / Sure makes me wonder / If you know what you're looking for / Baby / I wanna keep my reputation / I'm a sensation / You try.
  4. You wanna know if I can dance. Yes, sir Already told you in the first verse And in the chorus But I will give you one more chance. Yes, sir, I can boogie But I need a certain song I can boogie, boogie woogie All night long. Yes, sir, I can boogie If you stay, you can't go wrong I can boogie, boogie woogie All night long. Yes, sir, I can boogie.
  5. Yes sir, already told you in the first verse and in the chorus, But I will give you one more chance Ooohh! Yes sir, I can boogie, But I need a certain song.
  6. Baccara was a female vocal duo formed in by Spanish artists Mayte Mateos (February 7, , Logroño) and María Mendiola (April 4, , Madrid). The pair rapidly achieved international success with their debut single "Yes Sir, I Can Boogie", which reached number one across much of Europe and is one of the best-selling singles of all time.
  7. "Yes Sir, I Can Boogie" is a hit single by the Spanish vocal duo Baccara. Written by Frank Dostal and Rolf Soja, and produced by Soja, this standard disco song was a major hit across Europe and became the duo's sole number one single in the UK, spending a single week at the top in October
  8. Boogie has its origins in the blues, and then swing bands. The style and term was used now and again in rock and blues for those repetitive “shuffle rhythm” songs. However, the disco era really took the word “boogie” and wore it out. and I mean wore it out.
  9. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Yes Sir, I Can Boogie - Baccara on AllMusic -

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