"Boogie Man" as written by and Jim Messina....
Well, there hasn't been a party on a Saturday night
When the music starts rollin' and the feelin' is right
Some joker in the back screams loud as he can
Boogie is the message that he sends to the band
So if you really want to boogie
You better begin by getting up on your feet

And boogie, boogie woogie, baby, now boogie
Boogie woogie, baby, now boogie
Boogie woogie, baby, now boogie
Well, if you really want to boogie
Then boogie with me, baby, tonight

There was a time when boogie was the law of the land
And everybody'd boogie from New York to Japan
Even little babies sing before they can speak
To do the boogie woogie just by putting the beat
So if you really want to boogie
You better begin by getting up on your feet

And boogie, boogie woogie, baby, now boogie
Boogie woogie, baby, now boogie
Boogie woogie, baby, now boogie
Well, if you really want to boogie
Then boogie with me, baby, tonight

Well, boogie, boogie woogie, baby, now boogie
I said, "Boogie woogie, baby, now boogie"
Boogie woogie, baby, now boogie

Do you really want to boogie?
Yes, I would really like to woogie
Well, if you really want to boogie
Then boogie with me, baby, tonight
I'm gonna do your little boogie tonight


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"Boogie Man" as written by Jim Messina

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