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8 thoughts on “ Im Your Boogie Man

  1. "I'm Your Boogie Man" is a song written and produced by Harry Wayne Casey and Richard Finch, and performed by Casey's band KC and the Sunshine Band from the band's fourth album Part 3 (). Richard Finch stated that "I'm Your Boogie Man" was written about a DJ at a Miami, Florida, radio station called Robert W. Walker, who was the first to give their hit single "Get Down Tonight" airplay.
  2. Lyrics. KC & The Sunshine Band I'm your boogie man that's what I am I'm here to do whatever I can Be it early mornin' late afternoon Or at midnight it's never too soon To want to please you to want to please you To want to do it all all for you I want to be your be your rubber ball I want to be the one ya love most of all, oh yeah I'm your boogie man I'm your boogie man Turn me on I'm your.
  3. I'm Your Boogie Man Lyrics: I'm your boogie man, that's what I am / I'm here to do whatever I can / Be it early morning, late afternoon / Or at midnight. It's never too soon / To want to please.
  4. I'm your boogie man, I'm your boogie man Turn me on I'm your boogie man, I'm your boogie man I'll do what you want I'm your boogie man, I'm your boogie man Turn me on I'm your boogie man, I'm your boogie man I'll do what you want I'm your boogie man, that's what I am I'm here to do whatever I can Be it early morning, late afternoon.
  5. KC & The Sunshine Band’s recording of "I’m Your Boogie Man" takes the rhythmic element even further, turning the song into a relentlessly grooving party in record form: after a moody but taut intro where jazzy horns and piano licks drift out over a relentless bass groove, a count-in kicks off a driving dance tune fueled by percussive piano lines and a punchy brass arrangement.
  6. I'm your boogie man that's what I am I'm here to do whatever I can Be it early morning late afternoon Or at midnight it's never too soon To want to please you to want to please you To want to do it all all for you I want to be your be your rubber ball I want to be the one ya love most of all, oh yeah I'm your boogie man I'm your boogie man Turn.
  7. "I'm Your Boogie Man" was not KC's original title for the song. When he first wrote it, the lyrics were "I'll be a son-of-a-gun, look what you've done" instead of "I'm your boogie man, that's what I am." He wasn't happy with the song and changed the meaning of the lyrics from being about a relationship gone bad to an ode to a disc jockey.

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