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Club song that has chorus oh-oh-oh woooaaahh?

Asked by havocmker (17points) March 17th, 2013

Hello everyone,

This is a song that had been playing at a couple of clubs that I’ve been to recently. The singer is female and it’s a fast, feel good type dance song. She says something along the lines of “I go higher” or “dance all night” (at least this is what I think she says) and the chorus (as well as the people around) erupt in oh-oh woahh !

I’ve heard it at least once at every place I’ve been too so hopefully someone else might have an idea about this. Sorry to be extremely vague, but this is all I remember :p

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Unbroken's avatar

Welcome to Fluther @havocmker!

My guess if Woah Oh by Forever the Sickest Kids and Selena Gomez. I would link but I am on my phone.

havocmker's avatar

Thank you so much for replying but unfortunately that’s not the one :s
I regret not being able to shazam it!

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gambitking's avatar

maybe ‘dance all night’ by janet jackson

fundevogel's avatar

Is this the right stuff?

Carinaponcho's avatar

Higher by ne-yo?

havocmker's avatar

Thank you everyone. Sadly these are not it. Any other suggestions. It’s a really fast song and probably not mainstream. And one more thing… the chorus was remarkably similar to Taio Cruz’s song “Hangover”

Carinaponcho's avatar

Oh my goodness I think I heard the song you were talking about when I was in a restaurant today! Unfortunately I have no idea what it was called! Now I really need to find out. I’m on a mission. If you find out let me know.

havocmker's avatar

I will definitely let you know. And I know what you mean by being on a mission. My search history is completely filled with all iterations of “woah-oh” :p

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