Drama is the ninth studio album by the British female vocal duo Bananarama. It features eleven newly recorded tracks, along with a remix of their 1986 smash hit "Venus" (done by Soft Cell's Marc Almond) and a 2005 remix of their 1982 hit "Really Saying Something", an underground bootleg club hit produced by Solasso. Drama is a comeback of sorts for Bananarama members Keren Woodward and Sara Dallin and is their first album to be released in their native UK since 1993
Solasso vs Bananarama - Really Saying Something. EMI Music Publishing.
Really Saying Something (Solasso Mix). This song is by Bananarama and appears on the album Drama (2006). I was walking down the street(Do-wah do-wah)When this boy started following me(Oh yeah)Now I ignored all the things he said(Do-wah do-wah)He moved me in every way. With his collar unbuttononedOn my side he was struttin'. He was really saying something(Saying something)Really saying something(Saying something)Bop bop shoo be do-wahBop bop shoo be do-wah.
chorus) He was really saying something (Saying something) Really saying something (Saying something) Bop bop shoo be do-wah Bop bop shoo be do-wah. He flirted every step of the way (Do-wah do-wah) I could hear every word he'd say (Oh yeah) My resistance was getting low (Do-wah do-wah) And my feelings started to show. Back to: Bananarama Lyrics.
Bananarama – Really Saying Something. I was walkin' down the street When this boy started following me Though I ignored all the things he said He moved me in every way With his collar unbuttoned By my side he was struttin'. He was really sayin' somethin' Really sayin' somethin' (Bop bop soo-be-do-wa) (Bop bop soo-be-do-wa). Lyrics submitted by SongMeanings. Really Saying Something" as written by Edward Edward Holland. Really Saying Something song meanings.