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You Should Be Dancing - Bee Gees

You Should Be Dancing

The Ultimate Bee Gees
Disco 70s dance Bee Gees pop


You Should Be Dancing From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search "You Should Be Dancing" Single by The Bee Gees from the album Children of the World Released June 21, 1976 Format Vinyl record (7" 45 RPM) Recorded Criteria Studios, Miami, Florida, January 18 — February 8, 1976; Le Studio, Morin Heights, Quebec, May 6, 1976 Genre Disco Length 4 min 16 s Label RSO Writer(s) Barry, Robin, & Maurice Gibb Producer Albhy Galuten, Karl Richardson, Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb, Maurice Gibb The Bee Gees singles chronology "Fanny (Be Tender With My Love)" (1975) "You Should Be Dancing" (1976) "Love So Right" (1976) Saturday Night Fever track listing "You Should Be..." Single by Blockster Released 1999 Format CD single Recorded 1999 Producer Blockster Blockster singles chronology "You Should Be..." (1999) "Grooveline" (1999) "You Should Be Dancing" is a single by the Bee Gees, from the album, Children of the World, in 1976. The single hit number one for one week on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, number one for seven weeks on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Play chart, and in July the same year, reached number five on the UK Singles Chart.[1] The song also peaked at number four on the Billboard R&B chart. It was this song that first launched the Bee Gees into disco stardom, although rock-oriented drums and guitars can be heard in the background. It was also the only track from the group to top the dance chart. The song was their third Billboard Hot 100 number-one and their sixth number-one in Canada. It ended up the year as the #31 song of the year on the Hot 100.[2] It also hit number four in Ireland. In Australia, where the brothers spent a number of years in their youth, it managed only to nick the top 20. "You Should Be Dancing" is known today as the first chart-topper in which Barry Gibb uses his now-trademark falsetto (he had previously used it on the top-10 "Nights on Broadway" and on "Fanny (Be Tender With My Love)"). The song was prominently featured in the movie Saturday Night Fever and appears on its soundtrack album. Live performances of "You Should Be Dancing" during the 1979 Spirits Having Flown tour featured the Bee Gees' younger sibling, Andy Gibb, on backing vocals. This song and the scene from the movie containing the song were seen and heard in the film Short Circuit. The Boston Celtics also play this song when they are about to win a basketball game accompanied by the ever popular "Dancing Gino" video from the television show American Bandstand.


The Bee Gees, originally made up of three brothers: Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb (died 2012), and Maurice Gibb (died 2003), have been successful for most of their 40-plus years of recording music. They had two distinct periods of exceptional success: as a pop act in the late 1960s and early 1970s, and as a foremost act of the disco music era in the late 1970s. The Gibb brothers were born on the Isle of Man, UK to English parents in 1946 (Barry Alan Crompton Gibb Show more ...

You Should Be Dancing - Bee Gees

My baby moves at midnight
Goes right on till the dawn
My woman takes me higher
My woman keeps me warm

What you doin in the back aah
What you doin in the back aah?
You should be dancing, yeah
Dancing, yeah

Shes juicy and she's trouble
She gets it to me good
My woman gives me power
Goes right down to my blood

What you doin in the back aah
What you doin in the back aah?
You should be dancing, yeah
Dancing, yeah

My baby moves at midnight
Goes right on till the dawn
My woman takes me higher
My woman keeps me warm

What you doin on your back aah
What you doinon your back aah?
You should be dancing, yeah
Dancing, yeah
You should be dancing, yeah
You should be dancing, yeah
You should be dancing, yeah
You should be dancing, yeah
You should be dancing, yeah



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