One more time
One more time

One more time, we're gonna celebrate
Oh yeah, alright, don't stop the dancing
One more time, we're gonna celebrate
Oh yeah, alright, don't stop the dancing

One more time, we're gonna celebrate
Oh yeah, alright, don't stop the dancing
One more time, we're gonna celebrate
Oh yeah

One more time

One more time, we're gonna celebrate
Oh yeah, alright, don't stop the dancing
One more time, we're gonna celebrate
Oh yeah, don't stop the dancing

One more time, mmm
You know I'm just feelin'
Celebration
Tonight
Celebrate
Don't wait too late, mmm, no
We don't stop, you can't stop
We're gonna celebrate

One more time
One more time

One more time, a celebration
You know we're gonna do it right
Tonight, hey, just feeling
Music's got me feeling the need
Need, yeah
Come on, alright

We're gonna celebrate
One more time
Celebrate and dance so free
Music's got me feeling so free
Celebrate and dance so free
One more time

Music's got me feeling so free
We're gonna celebrate
Celebrate and dance so free
One more time

Music's got me feeling so free
We're gonna celebrate
Celebrate and dance so free
One more time

Music's got me feeling so free
We're gonna celebrate
Celebrate and dance so free
One more time

Music's got me feeling so free
We're gonna celebrate
Celebrate and dance so free
One more time

Music's got me feeling so free
We're gonna celebrate
Celebrate and dance so free
One more time

Music's got me feeling so free
We're gonna celebrate
Celebrate and dance so free
One more time

Music's got me feeling so free
We're gonna celebrate
Celebrate and dance so free
One more time

Music's got me feeling so free
We're gonna celebrate
Celebrate and dance so free
One more time

Music's got me feeling so free
We're gonna celebrate
One more time

Music's got me feeling so free
We're gonna celebrate
Celebrate and dance so free
One more time

Music's got me feeling so free
We're gonna celebrate
Celebrate and dance so free
One more time

Music's got me feeling so free
We're gonna celebrate
Celebrate and dance so free
One more time

Music's got me feeling so free
We're gonna celebrate
Celebrate and dance so free


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One More Time Lyrics as written by Thomas Bangalter Anthony Wayne Moore

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  • +4
    General Comment

    i cannot believe someone can be so incohearant and retarded that they cannot hear perfectly sung and almost spoken words recorded on a CD stereo quality recording.... my god...

    REAL LYRICS:

    one more time x2

    one more time were gonna celebrate, oh yeah, alright Dont stop the dancing X3

    one more time were gonna celebrate oh yeah one more time

    one more time were gonna celebrate oh yeah alright dont stop the dancin' one more time were gonna celebrate oh yeah dont stop the dancin' one more time

    mmm... im just feelin' celebration tonight celebrate dont wait too late mmm, y'know we dont stop-ah you cant stop-ah were gonna celebrate

    one more time one more time one more time a celebration you know were gonna do it right-ah tonight-ah hey! just feelin' music's got me feelin' a need need, yeah come on alright, were gonna celebrate

    one more time celebrate and dance so free music's got me feelin' so free celebrate and dance so free one more time

    music's got me feeling so free were gonna celebrate celebrate and dance so free one more time

    (repeat to end)

    fuck, how couldnt you hear that? let alone READ IT INSIDE THE SLEEVE ON YOUR DAFT PUNK ALBUM!? dickhead...

    vivy_ison March 13, 2005   Link
  • +3
    General Comment

    Word on the street is that this isn't "Does scuzza like this song.com". You have to listen to this track on headphones to hear all the layers' Daft Punk, Basement Jaxx and others are doing to electronica what RUN D.M.C. did to rap: making it album oriented.

    Otomodachion July 06, 2003   Link
  • +2
    General Comment

    "Music is come billing so free"? Were you drunk when you heard this song?

    At least submit the correct damn lyrics.

    6th_sadistic_sniperon May 12, 2004   Link
  • +1
    General Comment

    ::chuckles:: maybe he/she was rolling from the rave they just got back from... at any rate... i first heard this song when i was working, geez, 5 years ago. It came on as a video on Mtv... and my friends and i were really into the song. we were talking about how cool the video was... and then it came on again. and again. and again. and then once more. It played 5 straight times before anything else came on. no commercials. no interruptions. we all thought it was twilight zone-ish... because, well, that doesn't happen. Any way, still a great song to turn up loud.

    salparadise04on March 20, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    I love this song, it's so great to dance to. Once me & my friends made a movie dancing to this, it was so funny cause me & a friend were jumping in front of the camera, lol. Hope no one ever sees it...

    walking-catastropheon March 02, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    My heart pumps peanut butter everytime I hear "He don't stop / You can stop" Although I thought it was "You can't stop" but I could be wrong.

    Bonzaion May 30, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Dis song is da bomb! I just now heard it 4 da 1st time. Lol...its coo! Its coo 2 dance to 2!

    Japanese_Blossomon July 12, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    This song is awesome. First time i ever saw the girl I like it was at a school dance and this song was playing and she was standing in the corner with her friend. I was jumping around trying to break dance and doing some frog thing....she was looking hot..i was looking like a fool! Great song though.

    McIvoryon August 23, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    Sounds like whoever wrote this just wants to party! I can groove to that! :)

    SomeGirl_Jadziaon August 26, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General Comment

    okay whoever sent this song lyrics in made a whole lot of mistakes..... he/she made like 20 its not even funny, but anywayz i love this song its a definate party song and the whole cd is great

    nfgmaniac55on September 24, 2002   Link

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