"Yes Sir, I Can Boogie" as written by and David/phillips Bridie....
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 me once, you'll beg for more

Oh, yes sir, I can boogie
But a I need a certain song
I can boogie, boogie-boogie
All night long

Yes sir, I can boogie
If you stay, you can't go wrong
I can boogie, boogie-boogie
All night long

No sir
I don't feel very much like talking
No, neither walking
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

Oh, yes sir, I can boogie
But a need a certain song
I can boogie, boogie-boogie
All night long

Yes sir, I can boogie
If you stay, you can't go wrong
I can boogie, boogie-boogie
All night long

Yes sir, I can boogie
If you stay, you can't go wrong
I can boogie, boogie-boogie
All night long

Yes sir, I can boogie
But a need a certain song
I can boogie, boogie-boogie
All night long

Yes sir, I can boogie (I can boogie)
If you stay, you can't go wrong
I can boogie, (I can boogie) boogie-boogie
All night long

Yes sir, I can boogie (I can boogie)
If you stay, you can't go wrong
I can boogie, (I can boogie) boogie-boogie
All night long (all night long)

Yes sir, I can boogie
If you stay, you can't go wrong
I can boogie, boogie-boogie
All night long


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"Yes Sir I Can Boogie" as written by Rolf Soja Frank Dostal

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing,

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    General CommentAh, come on people. This song might might be shallow as hell but at least it's catchy.

    I think it's about a lap-dancer.

    *Feminism rules*
    Psychoteenon May 21, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI believe that it's about fucking to "boogie' meant to fuck in the 70's
    TheDirgeon July 02, 2007   Link

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