Song's chords F, A♯, C, Fm, G♯, D♯
Album Let's Go All the Way
Info about song
"Let's Go All the Way" is a song released as a single by American dance/New Wave group Sly Fox in 1986, taken from their debut studio album of the same name. The song starts out with synthesizer-produced chanting, with the lines "zhum zhum zinny zinny" repeating endlessly until the drums and synthesizer-led riff kick in. Michael Camacho's vocals then come in. The lyrics, while often thought to be about sex, contain no carnal content, are delivered deadpan, and seem to express disillusionment with various aspects of modern life. When released, the song was a surprise top 10 hit in the US, peaking at number seven, after reaching number three in the UK Singles Chart earlier in the year, making this their most successful single and branding them as one-hit wonders. The song appeared in films such as Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Loverboy and others. The song was covered in 1999 by supergroup The Wondergirls, and in 2000 by Insane Clown Posse. Allmusic reviewer Victor W. Valdivia described the latter version as "their most blatant attempt at radio play". Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.