Who wrote Everybody was kung fu fighting?

Carl DouglasKung Fu Fighting / ComposerCarlton George Douglas is a Jamaican singer-songwriter and recording artist based in the UK who is best known for the 1974 disco single “Kung Fu Fighting”. Wikipedia

Is Kung Fu Fighting song copyrighted?

“Everybody Was Kung Fu Fighting” is a disco song that was released in 1974.No copyright infringement intended. All copyrights belong to their original owners…

Why was Kung Fu Fighting written?

Douglas was recording “I Want to Give You My Everything” (written by Larry Weiss), which they did in a few hours. There was little time left to record a B-side. Douglas proposed “Kung Fu Fighting”, which he had written after seeing youngsters doing mock-kung fu moves in the street.

Who made kungfu fighting song?

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What are Your Top 10 Kung Fu songs?

1 Kung Fu Fighting 2 Witchfinder General 3 When You Got Love 4 Changing Times 5 I Want to Give You My Everything 6 Dance the Kung Fu 7 Never Had This Dream Before 8 I Don’t Care What People Say (Missing Lyrics) 9 Blue Eyed Soul

Who wrote “Kung Fu Fighting”?

“Kung Fu Fighting” was written by Carl Douglas and Biddu Appaiah (who also produced the song). The song was originally meant to be the B-side to the track “I Want to Give You… Read More

What is Kung Fu Fighting?

It’s an ancient Chinese art and everybody knew their part. From a feint into a slip, and kicking from the hip. Everybody was kung-fu fighting. Those kicks were fast as lightning. In fact it was a little bit frightening. But they fought with expert timing. There was funky Billy Chin and little Sammy Chung.

Did Carl Douglas ever sing Kung Fu Fighting?

Thanks to Reynardo, Monty Earleman, Steven Inyan Mata, Tomas for correcting these lyrics. “Kung Fu Fighting” is the only hit by Carl Douglas. He once was hired by Biddu Appaiah to sing on the track “I Want to Give You My Everything” and was asked by Biddu if he had had some lyrics to be used to make the B-side of that track.