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I'm looking for a 1978-1979 disco song where the lyrics went "Keep on, keep on, keep on dancing". I believe it was on a compilation cassette in 1978 where one of the last songs was Exile's "Kiss you all over", but I'm not sure about the last. Can you help me?

  • Got to give it up.... Marin Gaye – user2775 Aug 17 '16 at 2:21
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    Isn't that lyric in every disco song from the 70s? – Chris Sunami supports Monica Oct 26 '17 at 14:12
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I believe it’s Boney M's Dancing in the Streets (the “keep on, keep on” bit starts at 2:48).

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I think it very well could be "Dance, Dance, Dance (Yowsah, Yowsah, Yowsah)", by Chic, which appeared on a few compilations with Exile's "Kiss You All Over" in 1978 - 1979, one of which was Action Replay, where "Kiss You All Over" was 3rd to last song, but the compilation was on vinyl.

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How about The Bay City Rollers - Keep On Dancin'?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5m_Oyi4BxP4

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I believe the song you are looking for is Gary's Gang - Keep on Dancin'. It topped out on the Billboard at no. 41 in 1978.

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It could also be I Gotta Keep Dancing by Carrie Lucas in 1977 on the album Simply Carrie.

The lyrics have several times:

Keep on dancing Do do do, yeah, yeah, yeah

CHORUS
I gotta keep dancing (keep dancing)
Smiling (keep smiling)
To keep from breaking apart
I gotta keep dancing (keep dancing)
Smiling (keep smiling)
To cover up my broken heart

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It's Chic - Dance Dance Dance (Yowsah! Yowsah! Yowsah!)from the 70's disco era of music.

I have the original and extended version in my crates.

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  • There is already an accepted answer which is not this song... – Angst Mar 23 at 19:02

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