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  • Ooh Yes I Do 1979Hans van Hemert & Piet Souer LUV Disco Group Marga Scheide Patty Brard José Hoebee

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    Fancy talking, yes I do Fancy walking, ooh, yes I do Would you care to join me, for a drink tonight? Yes I yes I yes I do

    Fancy dancing, yes I do
    Fancy kissing, ooh, yes I do
    Would you care to join me,
    for the rest of my life?
    Yes I yes I yes I do

    Dum dum dum darling, I love you
    dududumdum darling I love you

    Tell me do, do you think I´m too fat?
    Does, does it make me look bad?

    Dum dum dum darling, I love you
    dududumdum darling I love you

    tototototototonight

    Do you swear to, yes I do
    Tell the truth, ooh, yes I do
    Would you like to marry, marry, marry me?
    Yes I yes I yes I do

    Will you take this, yes I do,
    Wedded husband, ooh, yes I do,
    Love and keep him, till death you part
    Yes I yes I yes I will

    Dum dum dum darling, I love you
    dududumdum darling I love you

    Tell me do, do you think I´m too fat?
    Does, does it make me look bad?

    Dum dum dum darling, I love you
    dududumdum darling I love you

    tototototototonight

    (Dum dum dum darling, I love you
    dududumdum darling I love you)

    Tell me do, do you think I´m too fat?
    Does, does it make me look bad?

    Dum dum dum darling, I love you
    dududumdum darling I love you ------------ written BY : Hans van Hemert & Piet Souer http://www.hansvanhemert.nl http://www.pietsouer.nl/ A successful producer, arranger, songwriter and conductor -- Ooh, Yes I Do is the ninth single by Dutch girl group Luv', released in the autumn of 1979 by CNR/Carrere Records. This song appears on the formation's third studio album True Luv'. It was a successful hit record in Benelux and Denmark and reached the Top 50 in Germany and France. The Spanish version of this pop track hit N°1 in Mexico. In the summer of 1979, Luv' and their producers and songwriters (Hans van Hemert and Piet Souer) decided to leave Philips/Phonogram Records (which had released the group's records for two years). José Hoebee, Patty Brard, Marga Scheide and their team signed a 750.000 Dutch Guilder contract with CNR affiliated to Carrere Records. With this new deal, Luv's challenge was to prove that after one year and a half of mainstream success, the trio could still score hit records in the music charts. The formation's first single released by Carrere was Ooh, Yes I Do, a track composed and produced by Van Hemert. The song uses a melody inspired by the flute theme of ABBA's Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight). It became an instant hit. A Spanish version (entitled Si, Que Si) was recorded for the Latin American market and was a #1 single in Mexico where it reached the gold status. Chart performance & Certification
    Ooh Yes I Do was a Mexican #1 hit, a Top 5 hit in Denmark and the Netherlands, a Top 10 record in Flanders (Belgium), a Top 30 song in Germany and a moderate chart entry in France. -------- Hans van Hemert
    Born April 7, 1945 (1945-04-07) (age 65)
    Voorburg, Netherlands
    Genres Pop
    Occupations Songwriter, record producer
    Years active 1965--present
    Associated acts Luv', Mouth & McNeal, American Gypsy
    Website www.hansvanhemert.nl

    Hans van Hemert is a Dutch ASCAP award winning record producer and songwriter. Mouth & MacNeal and Luv' are among the pop acts he produced. He also composed three songs for the Eurovision Song Contest.
    His debut
    He started his career in 1965 when he worked at Phonogram Records and his relationship with this record company lasted until 1979 ----- Pieter Cornelis "Piet" Souer is a Dutch music producer, songwriter and arranger. His collaboration with famous pop acts (like Luv', Mouth & MacNeal, Liesbeth List, Ramses Shaffy, American Gypsy, Champagne...) made him gain twenty two gold and platinum records, one Conamus Export Prize and one Outstanding Song Award thanks to his composition Too Young To Know performed by Anita Meyer at World Popular Song Festival in Japan in 1981. Debut ------ José Hoebee, born on March 29, 1954 in Best. She started her career as a semi-professional vocalist in the early 1970's as a member of a folk & country band, Young Tradition, formed with her two sisters. This formation took part in talent shows, changed its name into Elongi and recorded a single produced by Piet Souer who suggested José to join Luv'.

    ------ Marga Scheide, born on February 15, 1954 in Amsterdam. She was involved in many beauty pageants and appeared on the covers of various artist hit compilations.

    ------ Patty Brard, from Sorong in New Guinea, born on March 25. 1955, who first worked as a secretary by Hans van Hemert who offered her a career in the show business. --- Luv's heyday (1977-1981)
    1977-1978: Luv's breakthrough
    After the singles My Man (#12 in Holland and a Flemish Top 10 hit) Show less
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