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Boogie In My Bones
Laurel Aitken Lyrics


Well I feel so good, I've got the boogie in my bones
Well I feel so good, I've got the boogie in my bones
Can't you see that baby, you keep me jumping all the time

Well I feel so good, I've got the boogie in my bones
Well I feel so good, I've got the boogie in my bones
Can't you see that baby, you keep me jumping all the time

Come on baby, let's do the boogie, boogie shuffle
Come on baby, let's do the boogie, boogie shuffle
Can't you see that baby, you keep me jumping all the time

Well I feel so good, I've got the boogie in my bones
Well I feel so good, I've got the boogie in my bones
Can't you see that baby, you keep me jumping all the time

Lyrics © BMG Rights Management, Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: LAUREL AITKEN

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webxwebx

"When he recorded his first song, “Boogie in My Bones,” in 1958 for the wealthy white producer Chris Blackwell, Aitken’s career
was solidified. Goodall engineered this song in the studio, placing emphasis on the kick drum and string bass and carefully placing the microphones to produce the driving sound the dance crowds craved. Jamaican dancers needed to feel the vibe of the music, the pounding in the chest, in the bones, more than to see the composition."

Ken Kovar

well not solidified enough man... great production, I guess it took some bucks back in the day to do this great artist justice...thanks for the info about this song!

ofillodamercedes

According to David Katz "Solid Foundation" book, it entered the JBC (Jamaica Broadcasting Corp.) chart in October 1959 and stayed at number one for 13 weeks.

Ken Kovar

cool!

Karol Alpízar

"Jamaican rhythm & blues"

Rockin Daddy

Ein geiler song...... Klasse. 😃🎸🎤🎶

Valda Gee

Thies were the days when sound system was king and duke box was queen and you wear sunday best to event and your soal sucks up music

CoennoeC

This production was 1960, not 58' ;) 

Ken Kovar

@DJPowerVersion reals

DJPowerVersion

Produced 1959, released in UK in 1960!

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