"Heat Of The Night" as written by Claus Norreen and Soren Rasted....
[Chorus]
In the heat of the night,
We are having a fiesta,
We dance until siesta,
When the sun comes alive.
In the heat of the night,
We are having a fiesta,
Let's dance until siesta,
When the sun comes alive.
Oh,

I've been waiting for summertime to come
Welcome beaches, lying in the sun
Music playing, people everywhere
No need to worry, the tequila is here

And when the sun goes down we're having fun,
'Cause there will be a party going on

[Chorus]

Heat of the night.
Heat of the night.

Life is easy, on a holiday
Only problems seem so far away,
The bar is open, and everybody sings,
"Excuse me senorita, for you free drinks"

And when the sun goes down we're having fun,
'Cause there will be a party going on.

[Chorus]

Heat of the night.

'Cause when the sun goes down we're having fun,
And there will be a party going on.

In the heat of the night,
Oh,
We are having a fiesta,
In the heat of the night,
Night,
We are having a fiesta,

"Let's swing it copa de dance!"
"Hola senorita, let's go to the beach."

[Chorus]

Heat of the night.
Heat of the night.


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"Heat of the Night" as written by Soren Rasted Claus Norreen

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    General CommentAnother upbeat song from Aqua - I like these songs as a counter to all the more negative (sad, depressing or melancholy, whatever) songs i have (eg some from Garbage, NIN, Smashing Pumpkins)
    Herbaticon July 25, 2002   Link
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    General CommentI actually have aqua to counter negative songs as well. It's allmost allways 2 marilyn manson songs and an aqua song to lift me back up.
    draculon March 01, 2006   Link
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    General CommentMmmm tequilla.
    kaleidoscopeeyes8on May 25, 2006   Link
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    General CommentFor some reason, I can't listen to this song without stoping to think...

    mainly, it's the whole "Dance until siesta - when the sun comes alive" line. The second part makes me think of morning -- the sun returns from it's break. but the siesta happens after the mid-day meal. Originally I was just thinking that 'siesta" and 'fiesta' were just too good of a rhyme to miss but possibly there's some veiled meaning here... anyone with thoughts on this?
    flingeonon April 24, 2008   Link

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