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Playlist of Grand Funk Railroad

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  • GRAND FUNK RAILROAD - Inside Looking Out 1969

    9:40

    Mark Farner - guitar, harmonica, vocals
    Don Brewer - drums, vocals
    Mel Schacher - bass

    Inside-Looking Out, often written Inside Looking Out,is a 1966 single by The Animals. It was a substantial hit in their native land, reaching number 12 on the UK Singles Chart, number 21 in Canada, but was at best a minor hit in the United States, reaching number 34 on the U.S. pop singles chart. The song is very loosely based on a work chant entitled Rosie collected by musicologist Alan Lomax and released in his album Popular Songbook.

    In 1969 it was covered by Grand Funk Railroad, who on their album Grand Funk added some marijuana references to the lyrics such as changing the original's rebirth to reefer. A reworking of portions of the song was also recorded by the Austrian band Novak's Kapelle in 1969 as Hypodermic Needle. It was later covered by doom metal band The Obsessed, released on their 1999 compilation album, Incarnate and again by The Greenhornes on their 2001 self-titled second album. In 2001, Eric Burdon released a live cover on Official Live Bootleg 2000.

    Dan Auerbach does a live cover on his recent shows.

    Other covers included by Fringe, Gerry Joe Weise, The Mops, and Layabouts. A sample from the Grand Funk version is embedded in the song High 5 (Rock The Catskills) on the Beck album Odelay.

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  • Grand Funk Railroad -- Heartbreaker -- 1974

    7:40

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  • Grand Funk Railroad - Were An American Band song promo film

    4:14

    Video for the song We're An American Band taken during the pivotal recording sessions for the self-titled album.

    Check out my Grand Funk Railroad cover of I'm your Captain/Closer to Home:


    Rock on!

    Lyrics:
    Out on the road for forty days
    Last night in Little Rock, put me in a haze
    Sweet, sweet Connie was doin' her act
    She had the whole show and that's a natural fact

    Up all night with Freddie King
    I got to tell you, poker's his thing
    Booze and ladies, keep me right
    As long as we can make it to the show tonight

    We're an American band
    We're an American band
    We're comin' to your town
    We'll help you party it down
    We're an American band

    Four young chiquitas in Omaha
    Waitin' for the band to return from the show
    A feelin' good, feelin' right and it's Saturday night
    The hotel detective, he was outta sight

    Now these fine ladies, they had a plan
    They was out to meet the boys in the band
    They said, Come on dudes, let's get it on!
    And we proceeded to tear that hotel down

    We're an American band
    We're an American band
    We're comin' to your town
    We'll help you party it down
    We're an American band x4

    We're an American band (whooo)
    We're an American band (whooo)
    We're an American band (whooo)

    Guitar & Vocals: Mark Farner
    Drums & Lead Vocals: Don Brewer
    Bass Guitar: Mel Schacher
    Keyboards: Craig Frost

    I DO NOT OWN THIS MATERIAL.
    The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Capitol Records.

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Im Your Captain - Shea Stadium 1971

    6:09

    Grand Funk Railroad - I'm Your Captain (Live 1971)
    This video was shown at Shea Stadium the entire last year before Shea closed. This July 9th 1971 concert still holds the ticket sales record, breaking the record set by The Beatles.

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  • Grand Funk Railroad -- Were An American Band -- live 1974

    3:26

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Some Kind of Wonderful

    4:09

    grand funk railroad's track from their album greatest hits

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  • Were An American Band

    3:28

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    We're An American Band (Remastered 2002) · Grand Funk Railroad

    We're An American Band

    ℗ 2002 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Producer, Studio Personnel, Engineer: Todd Rundgren
    Studio Personnel, Asst. Recording Engineer: Seth Snyder
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Robert Vosgien
    Associated Performer, Vocals, Guitar: Mark Farner
    Associated Performer, Vocals, Drums, Percussion: Don Brewer
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Mel Schacher
    Associated Performer, Organ: Craig Frost
    Composer Lyricist: Don Brewer

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  • Grand Funk Railroad - Inside Looking Out

    9:42

    Grand Funk Railroad - Inside Looking Out (Grand Funk, 1969)

    Mark Farner - guitar, vocals
    Don Brewer - drums, vocals
    Mel Schacher - bass

  • Inside Looking Out

    9:42

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    Inside Looking Out (Remastered) · Grand Funk Railroad

    Grand Funk (Red Album)

    ℗ 2002 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Producer: Terry Knight
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Kenneth Hamann
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Evren Göknar
    Composer Lyricist: Eric Burdon
    Composer Lyricist: Bryan Chandler
    Arranger, Work Arranger: Alan Lomax

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  • Some Kind Of Wonderful

    6:33

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Some Kind Of Wonderful (Remastered) · Grand Funk Railroad

    All The Girls In The World Beware!!!

    ℗ A Capitol Records Release; ℗ 2003 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 2003-01-01

    Producer: Jimmy Lenner
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Shelly Yakus
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Evren Göknar
    Composer Lyricist: John Ellison
    Composer Lyricist: Avi Kulawy
    Composer Lyricist: R.J. Ober
    Composer Lyricist: Chris Moore

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  • Grand Funk Railroad *Footstompin Music *

    4:06

    Great Live Rendition ...Grand funk in their Prime

    Mark Farner - guitar, vocals
    Mel Schacher - bass
    Don Brewer - drums
    Craig Frost, keyboard

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    **I am in no way associated with the content of this video, and in no form am I trying to take credit for the content shown.
    This video is fair use under U.S. copyright law because it is 1.)noncommercial 2) transformative in nature, and 3.) does not compete with the original work and could have no negative affect on it's market.***

  • Grand Funk Railroad - The Railroad

    6:14

    Grand Funk Railroad - The Railroad (We're An American Band, 1973)

    Mark Farner (guitar, vocals)
    Don Brewer (drums, vocals)
    Mel Schacher (bass)
    Craig Frost (keyboards)

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Are You Ready - Neighborhood Picnic Band 2016

    3:24

    This is our version of this song…..
    Mark Baker – Vocals, Guitar
    Matty Baker – Vocals
    Dan Van Schindel – Drums
    John Ryan – Guitar
    Ray McCurdy – Bass

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Aimless Lady

    3:30

    The 2002 Digital Remastered edition of Aimless Lady by Grand Funk Railroad.

  • Im Your Captain/Closer to Home | Grand Funk Railroad | Lyrics ☾☀

    10:00

    Released | June 15th, 1970
    Album | Closer to Home
    Disclaimer | This video is for entertainment purposes only and no copyright infringement is intended.

  • Paranoid - Grand Funk Railroad

    7:53

    Paranoid from Grand Funk Railroads 3rd LP.

  • Grand Funk Railroad & Ted Nugent - Time Machine - 7/4/98

    4:57


    Grand Funk Railroad & Ted Nugent performing Time Machine from the Bosnia Tour 7/4/98. Mark Farner & Ted Nugent, how can you beat that? Everyone click on the link below & sign the online petition to induct Mark Farner & Grand Funk Railroad into The Rock & roll Hall Of Fame now!

    Here is an official Shea Stadium site that interviewed Mark Farner recently about the Legendary Shea Stadium concert from 1971 that holds the ticket sales record after 38 years.


    Well, hey there, baby, do you want to make the scene?
    I said a-hey there, baby, do you want to make the scene?
    Awww, well, come on over baby, step into my time machine.
    You better jump into my action, Im gonna make you feel right.
    Awww, jump into my action, Im gonna make you feel right.
    Dont worry bout tomorrow cause Im gonna love you tonight.

    Step into the front row, Im gonna show you how.
    Step into the front row, I wanna show you how.
    Dont worry bout no time we can always come back to right now.

    When you wanna come back, we just turn about.
    When you wanna come back, we just turn about.
    But we aint gonna come back, till there aint no doubt.

    Now dont it get good to you? do you know what I mean?
    Now dont it get good to you? dont you know what I mean?
    Well, come on over, baby, jump into my time machine.

  • Gimme Shelter - Grand Funk Railroad

    6:30

    Editing: Stefano Ponis
    From the 1971 album Survival.
    Take a look to my Playlist: The Best Rock Songs Ever Heard (194), thanks

  • Grand Funk Railroad / Paranoid

    7:53

  • Mean Mistreater

    4:28

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Mean Mistreater (Remastered) · Grand Funk Railroad

    Closer To Home

    ℗ 2002 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Producer: Terry Knight
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Kenneth Hamann
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Evren Göknar
    Composer Lyricist: Mark Farner

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  • Closer To Home

    10:09

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    Closer To Home (I'm Your Captain) · Grand Funk Railroad

    Closer To Home

    ℗ 2002 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Producer: Terry Knight
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Kenneth Hamann
    Conductor, Associated Performer, Recording Arranger: Tom Baker
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Evren Göknar
    Composer Lyricist: Mark Farner

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  • GRAND FUNK RAILROAD - Rock & Roll Soul

    4:13

    Live at The Forum, Los Angeles, California. June 1974

    Mark Farner (Vocals, Guitar)
    Mel Schacher (Bass)
    Don Brewer (Drums & Backing Vocals)
    Craig Frost (Keyboards & Backing Vocals)

  • Grand Funk Railroad -- Texas Pop Festival -- 1969

    3:37

    Grand Funk Railroad’s historic appearance at the Texas International Pop Festival, August 30 1969. The 3-day festival took place on Labor Day Weekend, at the Dallas International Motor Speedway in Lewisville, TX, some 12 miles north of Dallas. Grand Funk opened all 3 days for free and made quite a sensation, just like they did at the Atlata International Pop Festival two months earlier. Standing ovations of an estimated 150.000 in Texas had Grand Funk multi-encoring to the point Farner couldn’t even walk off stage! (common situation in later shows…)
    Documentation of the festival was used by Bill Rogers on his 1969 movie “Got No Shoes Got No Blues” that was once shown in Dallas in 1976. Nowadays, this movie, along with 10 more hours worth of footage, is stored at the Historic Films selves waiting in the obscurity for somebody to make a move... A movie! Just like a group of intelligent people did with Festival Express! Ironically, the Railroad was absent from that 1970 Express... More ironically, absent they were from Woodstock (even if they had been asked to play) because, in Knight’s words, Mark was still recovering from some very bad beating a couple of weeks after the Atlanta triumph... That’s still questionable because GFR, despite Mark’s beating, played many dates during that period: Detroit (Eastown Theatre, July 25&26), Cincinnati (Eden Park, July 27), Los Angeles (Thee Experience, August 7-10), Buffalo (Erie County Fair, August 22), Nashville (Music Fest, August 24) and Holly (Music Fest, August 28) among other promotional appearances for the group.
    JT

  • I Can Feel Him In The Morning

    7:16

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    I Can Feel Him In The Morning (Remastered 2002) · Grand Funk Railroad

    Survival

    ℗ 2002 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Producer: Terry Knight
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Kenneth Hamann
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Evren Göknar
    Composer: Mark Farner
    Composer: Don Brewer

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  • The Loco-Motion

    2:46

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    The Loco-Motion (Remastered 2002) · Grand Funk Railroad

    Shinin' On

    ℗ 2002 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 1974-03-01

    Producer, Studio Personnel, Engineer: Todd Rundgren
    Studio Personnel, Asst. Recording Engineer: John White
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Robert Vosgien
    Composer: Carole King
    Composer: Gerald Goffin

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  • Grand Funk Railroad - Im Your Captain 720P

    6:43

    I'm Your Captain (Closer to Home) is a 1970 song written by American musician Mark Farner and recorded by Grand Funk Railroad as the closing track to their album Closer to Home. Ten minutes in duration, it is the band's longest studio recording. One of the group's best-known songs, it is composed as two distinct but closely related movements. Its title has been rendered in various ways across many different Grand Funk albums, including I'm Your Captain, I'm Your Captain/Closer to Home, Closer to Home/I'm Your Captain, Closer to Home (I'm Your Captain), and Closer to Home.[1]

    The song conveys the pleas of a captain on a troubled sea voyage and facing a mutiny from his crew. Its use of an orchestra during the long repeated refrains of the closing movement served to differentiate it from much of Grand Funk's work. Several interpretations of the song have been given; most revolve around the Vietnam War, and I'm Your Captain is popular among veterans of that conflict.

    A truncated version of the song was a modest hit single when first released, but the track achieved greater airplay on progressive rock radio stations. It has become a classic rock staple and has appeared on several audience-selected lists as one of the best rock songs of all time.

  • Aimless Lady - Grand Funk Railroad - 1970

    3:33

    *M.J.Beauleau, Classic Musicman Presents* Another great tune from the past! (Aimless Lady - written by Mark Farner, from the album Closer to Home)

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Bad Time

    2:54

    Grand Funk Railroad es un grupo de hard rock estadounidense cuya base interpretativa se sostenía bajo la modalidad de Power trio, y cuyo estilo está marcado por la fusión del hard rock con el funk y el blues.
    Este tema de Bad Time se incluye es su álbum.. All The Girls In The World Beware!!! de 1974, pero se lanza como segundo sencillo en marzo de 1975.

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  • Grand Funk Reunion? We asked Mark Farner & Don Brewer - Not Looking Good

    4:44

    INTERVIEW #9 – Where Is Grand Funk's Reunion? We asked Mark Farner & Don Brewer
    None of us really know what's going on behind the scenes of any band. It's usually he-said-she-said thing but no matter what, when the dust settles everyone loves a good reunion. Original lead singer guitarist Mark Farner has not been in the band since the late 90's. He claims he was tricked out of the band.

    First I talked to original drummer Don Brewer who is still in Grand Funk Railroad...will there ever be a reunion? (Clip )

    As Brewer said that's been his line for years and his old band-mate Mark Farner is very familiar with it.
    (Clip)

    Brewer told me he's heard the criticism.(Clip)

    We will have more from our interviews with Mark Farner and Don Brewer next Saturday. Make sure you check out our merchandise store for Rock History Music sweatshirts, T-shirts, mugs and more and thanks for the support. Go to RockHistoryMusic.com or get the links in the description of this video. - by John Beaudin

  • Grand Funk Railroad -- Im Your Captain

    10:14

    Grand Funk Railroad -- I'm Your Captain

  • Sweet Child O Mine, With Queen & Grand Funk Railroad Intro

    8:59

    Intro to Sweet Child O'Mine performed on GNR's Illusions tour (contains parts from Queens's Sail Away Sweet Sister and Grand Funk Railroad's Bad Time)...

    Sail away sweet sister
    sail across the sea
    Maybe you'll find somebody
    that'll love you half as much as me
    My heart is always with you
    no matter what you do
    So sail away sweet sister
    'cause I'll always be in love with you...

    But let her be somebody else's queen
    I don't wanna know about you
    'cause there's too many others
    who know what I mean
    and that's why I got to live without you
    I'm in love with a girl
    I'm talking about
    I'm in love with a girl
    that I can't live without
    I'm in love
    but I feel like I'm living it out
    I'm in love
    but I must've picked a bad time
    to be in love...

    Guns N' Roses play Sweet Child O' Mine live in Tokyo in 1992.

  • 2019 All Access Pass Interview with Grand Funk Railroad

    37:37

    We sat down for an All Access Pass Live Interview with Grand Funk Railroad on the Flower Power Cruise 2018!

    The Grooviest Trip at Sea!

    Relive the era of the Love Generation. Go back to the days of long hair, bell bottoms, tie dye t-shirts and peace signs with special themed events and parties. It’s like a music festival at sea with some of the greatest artists of the ‘60s.

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  • Grand Funk Railroad - I Can Feel Him in the Morning

    7:20

    I Can Feel Him in the Morning words and music Don Brewer/Mark Farner

    I Can Feel Him in the Morning is from 'Survival', Grand Funk's fourth studio album.

    I do not own the rights to this material.

  • Grand Funk Railroad -- Black Brass -- 1972 Madison Square Garden

    4:22

  • GRAND FUNK RAILROAD House Of Blues 03/21/2014 Atlantic City

    29:21

    First 30 minutes of the show. Cuts off during the 38 Special song Second Chance

  • GRAND FUNK RAILROAD - The Loco-Motion

    3:07

    Live at The Forum, Los Angeles, California. June 1974

    Mark Farner (Vocals, Guitar)
    Mel Schacher (Bass)
    Don Brewer (Drums & Backing Vocals)
    Craig Frost (Keyboards & Backing Vocals)

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Time Machine KARAOKE

    3:47

    ON TIME (1969)

    -- KARAOKE SONGS MADE ON DEMAND!
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  • Grand Funk Railroad - Time Machine

    3:47

    ON TIME (1969)

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Heartbreaker

    6:39

    grand funk railroad's track from their album greatest hits

  • Grand Funk Railroad cover In concert

    52:29

    We pay tribute to the work of the group Grand Funk Railroad and personally maestro MARK FARNER

  • DramaSydETV: Grand funk railroad - Footstompin Music REACTION VIDEO

    8:03

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  • Grand Funk Railroad - Im Your Captain - Shea Stadium 1971

    5:00


    This is a clip from the legendary Shea Stadium Concert that broke The Beatles ticket sales record. A record that still stands today (38 years later) & will forever stand. I'm proud to say this video is in the permanent archives of Shea Stadium & The N.Y. Mets. Yes, this is the real deal, the Grand Funk Railroad Power Trio we all love at the peak of their great career. Grand Funk Railroad is America's Band. This is a historic concert that folks still rave about. If you were there, feel lucky, because you were a part of history. This is considered by many to be one of the greatest concerts in the short history of Hard Rock/Metal. Grand Funk Railroad was truly a Performance Vehicle. It is amazing that this record has stood this long, a testament to how great & influincial this band was in the early 1970's. Check out the link below to see what Mark Farner has to say today about this historic performance. Grand Funk Railroad ruled the world from '69-'76 becoming the first band to earn 10 consecutive platinum albums! Some call it Industrial Rock. You'll see no lazers or pyro here, just some of the greatest music ever performed live. Shea Stadium suffered structural damage after this show. In fact, the concert was almost stopped because Shea Stadium was oscillating from the excited crowd. Click on the link below & sign the online petition to induct Mark Farner & GFRxR into The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame now!

    Everyone go here for Mark Farner's interview about this show:


    Everybody, listen to me,
    And return me, my ship.
    Im your captain, Im your captain,
    Although Im feeling mighty sick.

    Ive been lost now, days uncounted,
    And its months since Ive seen home.
    Can you hear me, can you hear me,
    Or am I all alone.

    If you return me, to my home port,
    I will kiss you mother earth.
    Take me back now, take me back now,
    To the port of my birth.

    Am I in my cabin dreaming, or are you really scheming,
    To take my ship away from me?

    Youd better think about it, I just cant live without it.
    So, please dont take my ship from me.
    Yeah, yeah, yeah ...

    I can feel the hand, of a stranger,
    And its tightening, around my throat.
    Heaven help me, heaven help me,
    Take this stranger from my boat.

    Im your captain, Im your captain,
    Although Im feeling mighty sick.
    Everybody, listen to me,
    And return me, my ship.

    Im your captain, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
    Im your captain, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
    Im your captain, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
    Im your captain, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

    Im getting closer to my home ...
    Im getting closer to my home ...
    Im getting closer to my home ...
    Im getting closer to my home ...
    Ohhhh ...

    Im getting closer to my home ...
    Im getting closer to my home ...
    Im getting closer to my home ...
    Im getting closer to my home ...
    Repeated to fade

  • Footstompin Music

    3:49

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    Footstompin' Music (Remastered 2002) · Grand Funk Railroad

    E Pluribus Funk

    ℗ 2002 Capitol Records, LLC

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Producer: Terry Knight
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Kenneth Hamann
    Studio Personnel, Mastering Engineer: Robert Vosgien
    Composer Lyricist: Mark Farner

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  • Grand Funk The Railroad 1974

    6:22

    San Diego Show in 1974
    Epic ode to The Railroad, the Grand Funk Railroad was a mighty good line I wonder if the offer: ...come on and ride the Railroad, one more time still stands? Many of us would take them up on that offer!

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Heartbreaker

    7:37

    Grand Funk Railroad live in Los Angeles, 1974

  • Heartbreaker-Grand Funk Railroad Reaction!

    12:30

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    Not our song.

  • Grand Funk Railroad-Got This Thing on the Move

    4:40

    Another of Grand Funk Railroad songs

  • Grand Funk Railroad - The Loco-Motion

    2:51

    grand funk railroad's track from their album greatest hits

  • Grand Funk Railroad Aimless Lady

    3:29

    no soy dueño del material audiovisual presentado
    Todos los derechos reservados

  • Grand Funk Railroad - Flight Of The Phoenix - MSG 12/23/72

    6:40


    Grand Funk Railroad - Flight Of The Phoenix & Footstompin' Music performed live @ Madison Square Garden. The special Christmas show that was recorded for the 'In Concert' series. Yes, this is the real deal, the Grand Funk Railroad we all love with Mark Farner on lead vocals, guitar, & keyboard. This video captures some of the magic that was GFRxR. Grand Funk Railroad was truly a Performance Vehicle. Click on the link below & sign the online petition to induct Mark Farner & GFRxR into The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame now!

    Come on everybody, were gonna have a good time, yeah,
    Gimmie all the love thats in ya, Im gonna give ya mine.
    I wanna hear some hand clappin, I want you to get in the groove,
    Were gonna play this footstompin music, everybody get up and groove, yeah.

    Oooo-oooo, oooo-oooo.
    Oooo-oooo, oooo-oooo.
    Oooo-oooo, oooo-oooo.
    Oooo-oooo, oooo-oooo.
    Oooo-oooo, oooo-oooo.
    Oooo-oooo, oooo-oooo.
    Oooo-oooo, oooo-oooo.

    Does everybody want to?
    Does everybody want to?
    Does everybody want to?
    Does everybody want to?
    Does everybody want to?
    Does everybody want to?

    Oooo-oooo, oooo-oooo.
    Come on right now.
    Oooo-oooo, oooo-oooo.
    Everybody.
    Oooo-oooo, oooo-oooo.
    Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh.
    Ooo-ooo, ooo-ooo, ooo-ooo, ooo-ooo, ooo.
    Oh, yeah.
    Ooo-ooo, ooo-ooo, ooo-ooo, ooo.
    Yeah.
    Ooo-ooo, ooo-ooo, ooo-ooo, ooo.
    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
    Ooo-ooo, ooo-ooo, ooo-ooo, ooo.
    Ooo-ooo, ooo-ooo, ooo-ooo, ooo.
    Ooo-ooo, ooo-ooo, ooo-ooo, ooo.
    Oooooooooooo-ooo.
    Ooo-ooo, ooo-ooo, ooo-ooo, ooo.
    Ooo-ooo, ooo-ooo, ooo-ooo, ooo.

    Ohhhh ... yeahhhh ...

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