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Andrea True Connection Lyrics


Ooh, how do you like your love?
Ooh, how do you like your love?

But if you want to know
How I really feel
Get the cameras rolling
Get the action going
Baby you know my love for you is real
Take me where you want to
Me and my heart you steal

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How do you like it? How do you like it?
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How do you like it? How do you like it?
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How do you like it? How do you like it?

Ooh, how do you like your love?
Ooh, how do you like your love?

But if you want to know
How I really feel
Just get the cameras rolling
Get the action going
Baby you know my love for you is real
So take me where you want to
Me and my heart you steal

More, more, more
How do you like it? How do you like it?
More, more, more
How do you like it? How do you like it?
More, more, more
How do you like it? How do you like your love?

But if you want to know
How I really feel
Get the cameras rolling
Get the action going

More, more, more
How do you like it? How do you like it?
More, more, more
How do you like it? How do you like it?
More, more, more
How do you like it? How do you like it?

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How do you like it? How do you like it?
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Written by: Gregg Diamond

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

U.N. Owen

I never knew this part of the backstory to this song, but it was really pushed into production after Ms True (who had some some Jamaica travel adverts) wasn't allowed to take f her pay out of the country.

She'd been working on this song, and with her being forced to go something with her money, she finished work on it.

The rest is, as they say, history.

I always liked it. Is one of the few (real) disco-era tracks that wasn't just a 4/4-beat piece of garbage (nor is it something on par with the Beatles, Phil Spector, , etc). It was/is original and hedonistic,and between Ms True's vocals/delivery really makes one feel like they're between satin sheets (and mirrored ceiling, natch' 😉), with free-flowing coke.

I just read Robert Christgau's review, which I find very funny;

'Forget Donna Summer—this is the real disco porn. She's covered on the cover right up to the clavicle, her rhythms sound more binary than her producer's, and she can't sing a lick. But even if you haven't seen her movies, she projects an exhibitionistic suck-and-fuck tractability that links the two pervasive fantasy media of our time, and from such conjunctions Great Art arises."

It was nice in the 90s when Len worked it into Steal my Sunshine (https://youtu.be/E1fzJ_AYajA), and that fun bit of summer 'aural candy' fluff gave More, More, More a nice bit of attention, again.



All comments from YouTube:

TheDrFunkenstein

I feel bad for people who dont like disco based on prejudice and hate cause they'll find absolute classics like this..

Steve Flad

This was a huge song in 1976 the year I graduated from high school in Massillon Ohio. June of that year we played this to death over and over and danced the nights away to this awesome tune! So much better music than today!

Brandon Bentley

It's an honest song...

Why did the balloon eat the Fox?

Agreed

randy1979

@fifthof It can. I like a lot of it myself. It’s not my favorite music but I like it. But it’s not for everyone. Implying that someone is prejudiced or hateful for not liking it is ridiculous.

fifthof

@randy1979 Why does music have to have depth? Why can't it just be a fun thing to move to...?

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Grey Point

haunting melody, great song that still holds up. I remember hearing this song in the summer of 1976. I was 9 and was playing my sisters 45 record over and over.

Richard Mitchell

I was 13 and doing the same!

albertodf1234

2022 and still loving this classic. RIP Andrea

fifthof

The 70's truly had something for everyone when it came to music. Wonderful times.

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