Bee Gees Lyrics. Well, you can tell by the way I use my walk, I'm a woman's man: no time to talk. Music loud and women warm, I've been kicked around since I was born. And now it's all right. It's OK. And you may look the other way. We can try to understand The New York Times' effect on man. Whether you're a brother Or whether you're a mother, You're stayin' alive, stayin' alive.
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The song was released on 13 December as the second single from the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack. The band co-produced the song with Albhy Galuten and Karl Richardson. It is one of the Bee Gees' signature songs. On its release, "Stayin' Alive" climbed the charts to hit the number one spot on the Billboard Hot the week of 4 February , remaining there for four consecutive weeks. In the process, it became one of the band's most recognisable tunes, in part because of its place at the beginning of Saturday Night Fever. In the United States, it would become the second of six consecutive number-one singles, tying the record with the Beatles for most consecutive number ones in the United States at the time a record broken by Whitney Houston who achieved seven consecutive number-ones. The executive producer of the Saturday Night Fever motion picture soundtrack and Bee Gees manager Robert Stigwood asked the band to write a few songs for the soundtrack. At this point, the film was in early stages and it did not have a title; in fact, all Stigwood had to go on was a New York cover story about discomania. As with many other artists during the s, the Bee Gees recorded a majority of the soundtrack in France for tax reasons.
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It's one of the most iconic movie songs, and the track that cemented the Bee Gees as the ultimate disco kings. The Bee Gees topped the charts around the world with this Saturday Night Fever track, but what inspired it and how was it made? The executive producer of the Saturday Night Fever movie soundtrack and future Bee Gees manager Robert Stigwood asked the group to write some songs for the soundtrack. At the time, the film was only just being developed and didn't have a title. Stigwood only knew that it had something to do with discomania. The Bee Gees preferred to record the majority of the soundtrack in France for tax reasons, like many artists at the time. RSO Records wanted the song to share the title of the film at the time - 'Saturday Night' - but the Bee Gees refused to change the title, as there had been too many songs with 'Saturday' in the title. Plus, the album already had a song called 'Night Fever'. Robin said: "The subject matter of 'Stayin' Alive' is actually quite a serious one; It's about survival in the streets of New York, and the lyrics actually say that".
The song was released on 13 December as the second single from the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack. The band co-produced the song with Albhy Galuten and Karl Richardson. It is one of the Bee Gees' signature songs.