Boogie Shoes

"Boogie Shoes" is a song by the disco group KC and the Sunshine Band, released in 1975 on the album KC and the Sunshine Band. The song became a hit after it appeared on the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack in 1977. It peaked at number 35 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 29 on the soul chart in 1978.[2]

Structurally, it uses the sixteen-bar blues chord progression. As with several of KC's disco songs, some of the lyrics are playfully suggestive: "I want to do it till the sun comes up / I want to do till I can't get enough."

The song is part of the 1977 film Saturday Night Fever, and is featured in numerous other films, including No Escape (1994), Mallrats (1995), Boogie Nights (1997), Detroit Rock City (1999), The Wedding Date (2005) as well as television series, Sports Night, Desperate Housewives (both, coincidentally, with star Felicity Huffman dancing to it), and Flash Forward.

The song has been sampled by The Bloodhound Gang in the song "One Way", and more recently by Trick Daddy in his song "Take It to Da House." Alex Chilton famously covered "Boogie Shoes" on his 1979 album Like Flies on Sherbert. In 2012, the song was sung by Alex Newell (playing a transgender teen) in the Glee episode "Saturday Night Glee-ver".

"Boogie Shoes"
Boogie Shoes - KC and the Sunshine Band
Single by KC and the Sunshine Band
from the album KC and the Sunshine Band and from Saturday Night Fever
B-side "I Get Lifted"
Released January 19, 1978
Format 7"
Genre Disco, funk[1]
Length 2:17
Label TK
Songwriter(s) Harry Wayne Casey / Richard Finch
Producer(s) Harry Wayne Casey / Richard Finch
KC and the Sunshine Band singles chronology
"Keep It Comin' Love"
"Boogie Shoes"
"Black Water Gold"
"Keep It Comin' Love"
"Boogie Shoes"
"Black Water Gold"
Saturday Night Fever track listing
17 tracks
Side one
  1. "Stayin' Alive"
  2. "How Deep Is Your Love"
  3. "Night Fever"
  4. "More Than a Woman"
  5. "If I Can't Have You"
Side two
  1. "A Fifth of Beethoven"
  2. "More Than a Woman"
  3. "Manhattan Skyline"
  4. "Calypso Breakdown"
Side three
  1. "Night on Disco Mountain"
  2. "Open Sesame"
  3. "Jive Talkin'"
  4. "You Should Be Dancing"
  5. "Boogie Shoes"
Side four
  1. "Salsation"
  2. "K-Jee"
  3. "Disco Inferno"



  1. ^ "KC & The Sunshine Band – Boogie Shoes". Discogs. Retrieved June 18, 2018.
  2. ^ Whitburn, Joel (2004). Top R&B/Hip-Hop Singles: 1942-2004. Record Research. p. 315.

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