Parliament – Aqua Boogie (A bioaquadoloop). Label: Casablanca – NBD 20147. Format: Vinyl, 12", Single Sided, 33 ⅓ RPM, Pitman Pressing. Aqua Boogie (A bioaquadoloop) (7").
This was written by Parliament frontman George Clinton, along with bassist Bootsy Collins and keyboardist Bernie Worrell. The abioaquadoloop" chant that makes up most of the chorus was Clinton's attempt to create his own cexpialidocious," as heard in Mary Poppins. Many listeners thought that this song was about having a party or dancing under water. Momoa pointed out that in the song, Sir Nose can't swim, but he eventually comes around to the idea and sings along. More songs from Parliament. More songs with some lyrics that are gibberish. More songs from 1978. Lyrics to Aqua Boogie (A bioaquadoloop).
Aquaboogie (A bioaquadoloop). From the Album 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: Best Of Parliament. Fix in Music Library.
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Aqua Boogie (A bioaquadoloop)" is a song by funk band Parliament. Released from their 1978 album, Motor Booty Affair, it spent four weeks at number one on the R&B singles chart during the winter of 1979. It had co-existed with the cylinder from the late 1880s. The phonograph record has made a resurgence in the early 21st century –. million records were sold in the U. S. in 2014.