Let's Go All the Way (song)

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"Let's Go All the Way"
Single by Sly Fox
from the album Let's Go All the Way
Released 1986
Genre Dance-pop, New Wave
Length 5:10
Writer(s) Gary "Mudbone" Cooper

"Let's Go All the Way'" is a 1986 Dance-pop/New Wave song by the American pop band Sly Fox and is the first single from their only album Let's Go All the Way, which was released in 1985. The song was produced by Ted Currier and written by Gary "Mudbone" Cooper.

The song was used in the movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off and Loverboy and was also covered in 1999 by The Wondergirls and again in 2000 by the horrorcore band Insane Clown Posse.