Do You Wanna, Groovy Little Suzie (7"). Do You Wanna (Have Some Fun), Groovy Little Suzie (7", Single, Promo). Try Records (2). TR-501.
I Wanna Have Some Fun is the third album by Samantha Fox, released in November 1988 by Jive Records. The album is a funky mixture of dance pop, R&B and bubblegum and was produced by various producers covering the Euro-pop sound.
All I wanna do is have some fun In the night, let it all in I wanna party till the morning sun In the night, let it all in You lookin' way more s that you are are Better, oh, baby, give me a sign (Go wild!) If you wanna be forever young (Be young!) Let me know, not the only one. Criticists would write that I wouldn't make it Now they write about what I make Acting like the game, I couldn't take it Now the whole world for the taker Everyday my birthday Everyday I get cake, now mommy, lemme see you in yo birthday suit And lets, lets, lets play.
At the party after the show I see a face I wanna get to know (Wink wink, nudge nudge. Tell me do you like the rudest stuff?) Show me how you're gonna make your move Boy you know you got a lot to prove (Wink wink, nudge nudge. Are you man enough?) You got the message, you felt my stare And now you're walking from over there I ain't that easy, I'll make it hard for you (I'll show you ho. If you wanna have some fun Track me down, and get my number You could be the one (Something on your mind. Why don't you tell me how you unwind And if you're open I'll blow your mind I'll take you places you've never been before (Do you wanna go? Hoo!) If you wanna have some fun Track me down, and get my number You could be the one (Something on your mind.
While I Wanna Have Some Fun continues to trade on Samantha Fox's frank sex appeal, it does expand her stylistic palette a bit. So while the Full Force-penned title track (and hit single) starts with some sexy-accented come-hitherness from Fox ("Don't you know it's hard to keep a good woman down?"), and continues through a freestyle-lite arrangement that offers plenty of cheekiness, Fun also includes a relatively straightforward version of the pop classic "I Only Want.