"Slipped My Disco" as written by Roger A. Steen and William Edmond Spooner....
Well the joint was jumpin'
Maybe I got too high
And the beat was familiar
My feet were too sly

I tried to hustle
I tried to bump
I was always steppin'
When it was time to jump

My baby said quit
I told her I wouldn't
If she asked me today
I'd say I couldn't

Slipped my disco--he slipped his disco
Slipped my disco when I was dancing with you, baby

I begin to wonder
is it worth the pain
Get so twisted
that you wind up lame
Maybe it's my technique
or is it my shoes
Just another white boy
with the disco blues

Sometimes my body does
things that my brain don't understand
I'm not the man I was
but my feet still think I am

And the doctor's busy
He's checking me out
He says I'm crazy
to jump and shout

I said, one more number Doc,
just one more tune
Let me out of this emergency room--and I

Slipped my disco--he slipped his disco
Slipped my disco when I was dancing with you, baby

I begin to wonder
is it worth the pain
Get so twisted
that you wind up lame
Maybe it's my technique
or is it my shoes
Just another white boy
with the disco blues



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"Slipped My Disco" as written by William Edmond Spooner Roger A. Steen

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