Music

Album: Music (2000)
Charted: 1 1
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  • Hey Mister D.J.
    Put a record on
    I want to dance with my baby

    Hey Mister D.J.
    Put a record on
    I want to dance with my baby
    And when the music starts
    I never want to stop
    It's gonna drive me crazy

    Music

    [Chorus]
    Music makes the people come together
    [Never gonna stop]
    Music makes the bourgeoisie and the rebel
    [Never gonna stop]

    Don't think of yesterday
    And I don't look at the clock
    I like to boogie-woogie, uh, uh
    It's like riding on the wind
    And it never goes away
    Touches everything I'm in
    Got to have it everyday

    [Chorus]

    Hey Mister D.J.

    [Never want to stop]

    Hey Mister D.J.
    Put a record on
    I want to dance with my baby
    And when the music starts
    I never want to stop
    It's gonna drive me crazy
    Uh, uh, uh

    [Chorus] Writer/s: Madonna Louise Ciccone, Mirwais Ahmadzai
    Publisher: Capitol CMG Publishing, CONSALAD CO., Ltd., Downtown Music Publishing, Songtrust Ave, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Ultra Tunes, Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 5

  • Rabbit Bunny from Westminster MdWhat more can I say? Music is a wonderful and brilliant song by Madonna! It's part of who she is and what she does in her line of work, her art and her life!
  • Lied from New York, NyAs one who loves gangsta rap and hip-hop, this is a BOMB A$$ video!
  • Reese from Calgary, CanadaIn an interview with MuchMusic in 2000, Madonna said, "I'm always seeing gangster rappers, cruising around in limos, drinking champagne, and going to strip clubs. I never see women doing that, so...me being me, I thought 'huh, that's interesting I think I'll do it" The video was being heavily scrutinized as being "degrading to women" and just a "perpetuation of Madonna's sleazy nature" Ed The Sock made a comment, "Madonna used to tease us with her bisexuality. Before it was alluring, now it's just gross!" I love Ed The Sock, but I disagree with what he said. The video is actually a satire on mainstream rap, and the lifestyle attached to it. In 1998, at the release of her "Ray of Light" album Madonna also said, "If you're going to be a revolutionist and a pioneer, then obviously you're going to go through periods where you're not very popular!" This describes Madonna's career to a T! She's never afraid to evolve. "I've never stayed in one place and I never will stay in one place, because music is about change and evolution." you go girl!
  • Aj from Cleveland, GaShe performed this at Live 8
  • Theresa from Jenkintown, PaMadonna was inspired to write this song while at a Sting concert
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