Hey, hey (Yeah)

Hey, hey (Yeah)


The club


I wanna go to a place

Where I've got nothin' to worry about, yeah (Yes, I'm

goin' out)

Wanna take a load off

?Cause this road I'm travellin' on wore me out, yeah

(Yes, I'm goin' on)


I've been up and down the hills and valleys of life's

journey, yeah, yeah, yeah, oh (I'm goin' out)

But tonight I wanna renew my membership to do what I

do

{Party and groove} Party and groove {Oh}

Because I'm long overdue


If you feel like getting down

Spread your loving all around

Go to The club (If you feel like getting down)

The club


Glasses all around the place

Girl's are all up in your face

Go to The club (When you go to The club)

The club


Always insane, the party tonight is off the chain

And it is alright, you can drink for free tonight

So leave your money at home, but run to the dance

floor

They're playing your song {Better believe, better

believe}


So take your girl by the hand {Mmm, mmm, to the dance

floor}

And do your thing if you can {Whoa}, mmm, hmm

Fly high like a kite {Yeah, oh, mami, dance with me}

You're at The club, huh, baby, it's alright, yeah


If you feel like getting down (If you feel like

getting down)

Spread your loving all around (Go to The club)

Go to The club

The club


Glasses all around the place (Glasses all around the

place)

Girl's are all up in your face

Go to The club

The club (If you feel like, if you feel like getting

down)


If you feel like getting down

Spread your loving all around

Go to the club (Go)

The club


Glasses all (Ooh, oh) around the place

Girl's are all up in your face

Go to the club (Go)

The club (Everybody)


Everybody's dreams are free (Yeah)

You for me

But leave that trouble home {But leave that trouble

home}

Take somebody by the hand {And party}, hey...

{Let the music set you free} Let the music set you

free

Come on ladies, sing along {Yeah, hey}

While the deejays getting on

If you're not dancing {You know} you're dead wrong


If you feel like getting down

Spread your loving all around (Do you feel like

getting down, yeah)

Go to the club

The club (Oh, oh, oh, oh)


Glasses all around the place (All around)

Girl's are all up in your face (Oh, yeah)

Go to the club (Whoa...)

The club (Baby)


If you feel like getting down

Spread your loving all around (Do you wanna go, let's

go)

Go to the club (Go, whoa)

The club


Glasses all (Ooh, oh) around the place

Girl's are all up in your face (Let's go)

Go to the club (Go to the club)

The club


If you feel like getting down (Come on)

Spread your loving all around (Ooh, come go with me)

Go to the club (If you feel like getting down)

The club (Come go with me)


Glasses all around the place (Come go with me)

Girl's are all up in your face (Come go with me)

Go to the club (Come go with me)

The club






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