Fly, Robin, Fly

Album: Greatest Dance Hits (1975)
Charted: 28 1
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  • Fly, robin fly
    Fly, robin fly
    Fly, robin fly
    Up, up to the sky

    Fly, robin fly
    Fly, robin fly
    Fly, robin fly
    Up, up to the sky

    Fly, robin fly
    Fly, robin fly
    Fly, robin fly
    Up, up to the sky Writer/s: Stephan Prager, Sylvester Levay
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 4

  • Derek from Chicago IlFor some reason I taped it in the early 80s. The voices were fresh and the strings were s nice fill. I still have the tape, still fresh too.
  • Marg from Northville, MiI just heard a little bit of it in a commercial the other day and now I can't get it out of my head! It's driving me nuts, LOL!
  • Malena from Monterrey, Mexicosuch a great hit..and only contains such little amount of words
  • Andrew from Birmingham, United StatesThis is one of the big disco hits. It's got the same disco beat, but there's something that makes this different from the other kinds of disco. This is something similar to the "Love's Theme" disco. Most of this hit's lyrics are repeats of "Fly, robin, fly up, up to the sky," which is very similar to the "Shake, shake, shake" repeat by K.C. and the Sunshine Band. It just seems a little common.
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