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"That's the Way (I Like It)" is a song written by H.W. (KC) Casey and Richard Finch, and recorded and released in 1975 by KC and the Sunshine Band for their eponymous second album. The song was considered risque at the time because of the obvious meaning behind the title as well as its chorus with multiple "uh-huhs" and its verses. It became their second number-one hit on the Billboard Hot 100, and is one of the few chart-toppers in history to hit number one on more than one occasion during a one month period which it did between November and December 1975. It topped the U.S. pop chart for one week and was replaced by "Fly, Robin, Fly" by Silver Convention. It returned to number one for an additional week after "Fly, Robin, Fly" completed its three-week run. The single also spent one week at number one on the soul singles chart.[1] In Canada, it also hit number one, with RPM listing it at the top of the charts on December 13, 1975.[2] It is considered by many as one of the most popular of the disco era.
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