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Sly Fox

Let's Go All the Way (5:10)

80s · pop · new wave

"Let's Go All the Way" is a song released as a single by American dance/New Wave group Sly Fox in 1986, taken from their debut studio album of the same name.

The song starts out with synthesizer-produced chanting, with the lines "zhum zhum zinny zinny" repeating endlessly until the drums and synthesizer-led riff kick in. Michael Camacho's vocals then come in. The lyrics, while often thought to be about sex, contain no…

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Sitting with the thinker
Trying to work it out
It's a traffic jam of the brain
Makes you want to scream and shout

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