Tuesday, December 09, 2008

my desire to record a disco album

is further supported by the following:



not only because i love and support disco a'hunnid'percent, but also because i love and support shiny white (yet strangely angelic) body suits, and definitely love and support, if not thoroughly amused by, men in white overalls with pink short-sleeved button-ups and rollerskates (cause that fool is giving A'HUNNID'PERCENT!! weeeerrkkkk!)


The Boss!
(Lyrics by Nick Ashford & Valerie Simpson)

Fancy me
Thought I had my degree
In life and how love
Ought to be a run

I had a one step plan to prove it
Guide in my pocket for fools
Folly and fun
Love had to show me one thing

I was so right
So right
Thought I could turn emotion
On and off
I was so sure
So sure (I was so sure)
But love taught me
Who was who was who was the boss
(Taught me who was who was the boss)

I'd defy
Anyone who claimed that I
Didn't control whatever moved in my soul
I could tempt
Touch delight
Just because you fell for me
Why should I feel uptight
Love had to show me one thing:

I was so right
So right
Thought I could turn emotion
On and off
I was so sure
So sure (I was so sure)
But love taught me
Who was who was who was the boss
(Taught me who was who was the boss)

Love taught me
Taught me
Taught me
Taught me

I was so right
So right
Thought I could turn emotion
On and off
I was so sure
So sure (I was so sure)
But love taught me
Who was who was who was the boss
(Taught me who was who was the boss)

2 comments:

aisha said...

YES! bring disco back into the fold!

- and bring that gargantuan white wired microphone with it!

Joy said...

I agree cordless mic's are over rated. it takes REAL talent to work a stage while 75 of cord trails behind you.