"Who Wants to Be the Disco King?" as written by Miles Stephen Hunt, Robert Jones, Martin Richard Gilks and Malcolm Roy Treece....
Who wants to laugh Who wants to sing
And who is the king of the disco swing
He wants to laugh and he wants to sing
But who wants to be the disco king

Over and over and over and over the radio's on but I don't hear a song
Absurd is the word to describe what I've heard and my heads in a spin
From the state that we're in

Hopeless me a fool I've been
I'm just two legs of the groove machine
I don't like the words I can't stand the beat
And I don't need the thrill of the world at my feet


I've entered a world
Full of ugly girls
With kisses and curls
And a hold on the world
How sick has it become
How sick has it become
How sick has it become
How sick has it become

(There's an idiot wind and there's lies on the rise)
So who wants to laugh and who wants to sing
But who the hell would be the disco king

There's an idiot wind and there's lies on the rise


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"Who Wants to Be the Disco King?" as written by Martin Richard Gilks Malcolm Roy Treece

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    General CommentAt the time 1990 was full of bands following the "baggy route" by adding a synchopated drum beat and a groovy bass line to a guitar riff with a snazzy phrased lyric. Many a top ten hit was sought out and won this way. Not judging, still tap my toe to many of them. The 'stuffies' never wavered from their narrow dark legged jeans roots. They added piano and fiddle after this homage to the bright lights of disco.
    meansongon September 21, 2012   Link

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