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
[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
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
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.
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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
"Thinking About You" was the ninth track from Calvin Harris' 18 Months album to enter the UK singles Top 10. No other artist has obtained so many hits from one LP - Michael Jackson was the previous record holder with seven Top 10 tunes from both his Bad and Dangerous sets.