The album's lead single, "Blame It on the Boogie", was written by Mick Jackson, a Germany-based British writer/performer who had his own version of the song in the UK charts during September–October 1978. It was the Jacksons' version, however, that was the more successful and is consequently the best-known rendition of the song. Release and reaction. Released on December 17, 1978, Destiny re-established them as a top-selling group. The single, "Blame It on the Boogie", was released in October 1978 (UK No. 8) as the advance single from the album
Blame It on the Boogie" by Mick Jackson (a cover in the style of The Jacksons is used in-game) is featured on Just Dance 2014 and The Smurfs Dance Party. The dancers are a family. There is a dad, daughter, son, and a mom. P1 is the father. He has a crew cut with a partially shaved beard, and wears a red sweater with black and blue shapes on it and red, black pants, and purple shoes.
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Blame It on the Boogie Lyrics. That nasty boogie bugs me But somehow how it has drugged me Spellbound rhythm gets me on my feet I've changed my life completely I've seen the lightning leave me And my baby just can't take her eyes off me. (x2) Don't blame it on the sunshine Don't blame it on the moonlight Don't blame it on the good times Blame it on the boogie. Blame it on yourself (Sunshine) Ain't nobody's fault (Moonlight) But yours and that boogie (Good times) All night long (Boogie). Can't stop that boogie (Sunshine) Ain't nobody's fault (Moonlight) But yours and that boogie (Good times) Dancin' all night long (Boogie).
Album: The Essential Michael Jackson, 2005. Has been played on. Germany 879.