Written-By – H. Belolo, J. Morali, V. Willis. B. San Francisco (You've Got Me). Written-By – H. Morali, P. Whitehead, P. Hurtt.
Cruisin' is the third studio album by the American disco group Village People, released on September 25, 1978. Its title is a double entrendre: it may mean just driving around or gay cruising. This became obvious even for straight audiences in 1980, when William Friedkin's movie Cruising was released. Features the hits "Hot Cop" and ". San Francisco (You've Got Me)".
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The opening track and lead single of the Village People’s 1978 album Cruisin'. I said, young man, you can make real your dreams But you got to know this one thing No man does it all by himself I said, young man, put your pride on the shelf And just go there, to the . A I'm sure they can help you today It's fun to stay at the. . A It's fun to stay at the . A They have everything for young men to enjoy You can hang out with all the boys It's fun to stay at the . A You can get yourself clean, you can have a good. meal You can do whatever you feel
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Its hit song "San Francisco (You've Got Me)" was a top 50 hit in the UK, peaking at History. Village People was the creation of Jacques Morali, a French composer. He had written a few dance tunes when he was given a demo tape recorded by singer/actor Victor Willis. Morali approached Willis and told him, "I had a dream that you sang lead on my album and it went very, very big". The album was a success, and demand for live appearances soon followed
San Francisco City by the Bay yeah You've got me San Francisco, take me to the water You've got me'got me got me, baby. F0lsom Street on the way to Freedom, freedom, freedom Cycles shining bright' Disco, disco party baby - music that sets you on fire, higher Say what's on your mind and spend a little time Every gesture there has a meaning Party 'till the night before the morning light You may feel your whole body screaming. San Francisco City by the Bay, yeah Oh you've got me San Francisco Take me to the water.
Young man, there's no need to feel down. I said, young man, pick yourself off the ground. I said, young man, 'cause you're in a new town There's no need to be unhappy. Young man, there's a place you can go. I said, young man, when you're short on your dough. You can stay there, and I'm sure you will find Many ways to have a good time. It's fun to stay at the y-m-c-a.