S Club
Get down tonight, uh, come on, yeah
Get down tonight uh-huh
Everybody get down tonight, uh, come on

S Club (there ain't no party like an S Club party, oh)
Gonna show you how (everybody, get down tonight) (oh, yeah, yeah)
S Club (there ain't no party like an S Club party)
Gonna take you high (shake your body from side to side)

Finally Friday night
Feelin' kinda good, looking alright
Gotta get moving, can't be late
Gotta get groovin', just can't wait, oh
Get the feeling (get the feeling)
Push the ceiling (push the ceiling)
Player hater (player hater)
Get ready everybody 'cause here we go

S Club (there ain't no party like an S Club party, oh)
Gonna show you how (everybody, get down tonight) (oh, yeah, yeah)
S Club (there ain't no party like an S Club party)
Gonna take you high (shake your body from side to side)

Ooh-ooh, wave your hands in the air
Ooh-ooh, like you just don't care
Ooh-ooh, there's a party over here
Ooh-ooh, there's a party over there

Tina's doing her dance
Jon's looking for romance
Paul's gettin' down on the floor
While Hannah's screaming out for more (ooh-ooh)
I wanna see Bradley swing
Wanna see Rachel do her thing
Then we got Jo, she's got the flow
Get ready everybody, 'cause here we go

S Club (there ain't no party like an S Club party, oh)
Gonna show you how (everybody, get down tonight) (oh, yeah, yeah)
S Club (there ain't no party like an S Club party)
Gonna take you high (shake your body from side to side)

Ooh-ooh, wave your hands in the air
Ooh-ooh, like you just don't care
Ooh-ooh, there's a party over here
Ooh-ooh, there's a party over there
Ooh-ooh, wave your hands in the air
Ooh-ooh, like you just don't care
Ooh-ooh, there's a party over here
Ooh-ooh, there's a party over there

Ghetto boys, make some noise
Hoochie mamas, show you nanas

S Club (there ain't no party like an S Club party, oh)
Gonna show you how (everybody, get down tonight) (oh, yeah, yeah)
S Club (there ain't no party like an S Club party, oh) (yeah, yeah)
Gonna show you how (everybody, get down tonight) (oh, yeah, yeah)
S Club (there ain't no party like an S Club party, oh)
Gonna take you high (shake your body from side to side)
S Club (there ain't no party like an S Club party, oh)
Gonna show you how (everybody, get down tonight) (we're gonna show you how)
S Club (there ain't no party like an S Club party, oh) (oh, whoa, whoa)
Gonna take you high (shake your body from side to side)
S Club (there ain't no party like an S Club party, oh)
Gonna show you how (everybody, get down tonight) (oh, whoa, whoa)


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S Club Party Lyrics as written by Hallgeir Rustan Mikkel Eriksen

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    This song is catchy. If they got good food, I wanna party with S Club.

    Prowler Kidon October 14, 2006   Link
  • 0
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    lol

    Hoochie mamas, show your nanas

    MovieTraileron January 24, 2007   Link
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    I think it's just describing how the S club members like to party and how they do it their way, like S Club style. Just, having fun every weekend and don't let problems and worries get in your way of having a good time, enjoy life to the fullest cause life is short.

    ladynauseaon March 02, 2007   Link
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    Ghetto boys, make some noise Hoochie mamas, show your nanas

    ??

    hahahah that part wasn't in the show they had on abc family.

    haaahhah. that would've been awesome if it was though.

    pikey_pokeon August 17, 2007   Link

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