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"is a song by the UK based Sweet, recording in 1974. This was Sweet's first singles ever composed by the group and not by producer Nicky Chinn and Mike Chapman, and was her fortnight. Groupies is the lyric of the song; "Fox" is a language for an appealing lady.
Sweet has taken two different recordings. This is the full length production by Mike Chapman in collaboration with Nicky Chinn on the 1974 Desolation Boulevard album's western part. In 1975 Sweet also released and created a pop-oriented 7 " solo which is the better known one.
This 1975 singles release was recorded in the Capitol Records release of Desolation Boulevard. "Fox go ahead" is a English Coverversion of the song with texts about a fox hunted by the hunter to sale his skin. In 1975 it was published as The Highers by the Scorpions, a Germany basedrockband.
There is also a English Coverversion of another song, "Action", as "Wenn es richtig los geht" on the B-Side. The Regrettes (for the Undercover Serie ) Eric Singer, Girlschool, Red Hot Chili Peppers, You Am I, Max Max, Deadsy, Frankenstein Drag Queens From Planet 13, Ace Frehley, Make-Up, Touch of Joy, Fenders, The Sirens, Lolas, Sha-Boom, The Academy Is...., The Academy Lovedolls, and Nip Drivers for the Desperate Teenage Lovedolls music.
Highjump ^alevski, Nick (2010). High Jumping ^ "Power pop it Ain't". Hip up ^ "Fox On The Run by Sweet Songfacts". Sweet's "Fox on the Run" übertrifft iTunes Rock Chart dank "Guardians of the Galaxy 2" Trailer - Music News - ABC News Radio".
Hip up ^ Shepard, Jack (April 19, 2017). Skip up ^ "NZ Top 40ingles Chart | The Official New Zealand Music Chart". Accessed 10.10.2006. Skip up ^ "Australian Chart Book". Accessed 10.10.2006. Spring up ^ "Jaaro Waivers - Individual 1975" (in Dutch). Individual Top 100. Top Sellingingles of 1975 | The Official New Zealand Music Chart".
Accessed 10.10.2006. Leap up ^ "Top Single - Vol. 26, No. 14 & 15, January 08 1977". High ^ "Britain's best-selling record of'75". Jumping up ^ "Singles". Skip to the top ^ "The CASH BOX Year-End Charts: 1976".