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Baccara Lyrics

Genre: Pop

Baccara Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Heart, Body And Soul
2 Parlez-vous Francais?
3 Number One
4 The Devil Send You To Lorado
5 Cara Mia
6 Don't Play Me A Symphony
7 Gimme More
8 Parlez-vous Francais ? - English
9 Love Songs
10 En El Año 2000
11 Yes Sir, I Can Boogie
12 Groovy Kinda Lovin'
13 Eins Plus Eins Ist Eins (1 + 1 = 1)
14 The Devil Sent You to Lorado
15 Sing Our Love a Lullaby
16 Darling
17 Candido
18 Koochie-Koo
19 Mad In Madrid
20 Yummy, Yummy, Yummy
21 Sleepy Time Toy
22 Yes Sir I Can Boogie (Mix 99)
23 Love You Till I Die
24 Feel Me
25 Darling (7" Edit)
26 Yes Sir I Can Boogie (Copa Remix)
27 By 1999
28 Granada
29 My Kisses Need A Cavalier
30 Ay, Ay Sailor (Morgenrot Und Abendrot)
31 Light My Fire
32 Can't Help Falling In Love
33 Baby, Why Don't You Reach Out?/Light My Fire
34 Yes Sir I Can Boogie (Mix Extended)
35 Ay, Ay Sailor
36 Adelita
37 Koochie Koo!
38 Bad Boys
39 Yes Sir, I Can Boogie (Edit)
40 Yes Sir I Can Boogie (Re-Recorded Version)
41 Amoureux
42 Ohio
43 Yes Sir I Can Boogie (Latin Version)
44 Soy tu Venus
45 You And Me
46 Woman to Woman
47 (Baby, Why Don't You Reach Out?) Light My Fire
48 Soy tu Venus (PVC One5 radio edit)
49 El Diablo Te Mandó A Laredo
50 Boogaloo
51 Parlez-Vous Francais? (Engl. Version)
52 Yes Sir, I Can Boogie '99
53 Somewhere In Paradise
54 Colorado
55 By 1999 (By Nineteen-Ninety-Nine)
56 The Clapping Song
57 For You
58 Women To Women
59 Spend The Night
60 One, Two, Three, That's Life
61 Yes Sir, I Can Boogie '99 (feat. Michael Yuniversal)
62 Last Night
63 Body Talk
64 Parlez-Vous Français? (French version)
65 I'll Learn to Fly Tonight
66 Yes Sir, I Can Boogie (2005 remix)
67 Love Control
68 La Bamba
69 Sorry, I'm A Lady
70 Boomerang
71 Yes Sir, I Can Boogie (album version)
72 Rio
73 Baila Tú
74 Sorry I´m a lady
75 Roses in the Snow

Baccara Albums

Baccara Bio

Baccara was a female vocal duo formed in 1977 by Spanish artists Mayte Mateos (February 7, 1951, Logroño) and María Mendiola (April 4, 1952, Madrid). The pair rapidly achieved international success with their debut single "Yes Sir, I Can Boogie", which reached number one across much of Europe. A successful follow-up single ("Sorry, I'm A Lady") and European tour led to a number of album releases, numerous television appearances and the duo's selection to represent Luxembourg in the Eurovision Song Contest 1978.

Despite a substantial following in Spain, Germany and Japan, by 1981 the duo's distinctive blend of disco, pop and Spanish folk music was no longer fashionable, and by 1983 Mayte Mateos and María Mendiola were both working on solo projects.

Achieving little success as solo artists, the two formed duos of their own: separate incarnations of the original Baccara appeared during the middle of the decade, with Mendiola fronting New Baccara and Mateos keeping the duo's original name.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baccara