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Daryl Dragon, Captain and Tennille’s Captain, Dead at 76
https://voat.co/v/70sMusic/2948865/15893269

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"Do That to Me One More Time"
https://youtu.be/8ZSyH-ZpIlk


Number 7 in Billboard's "The 50 Sexiest Songs Of All Time". 2/11/2010.

"Do That To Me One More Time" - Captain & Tennille
Hot 100 Peak: 1 (2/16/1980)

The Captain and Tennille returned to the top of the charts with this simple-yet-subtle ode to male virility; a sweet-sounding song that also succinctly summed up wild and loose ways of the 1970s.

Sexiest lyric: "Do that to me one more time/ Once is never enough with a man like you"

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"Forever No. 1: Captain & Tennille's 'Do That to Me One More Time'". Andrew Unterberger. 8 January 2019. Billboard.

Forever No. 1 is a new Billboard series that pays special tribute to the recently deceased artists who achieved the highest honor our charts have to offer -- a Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 single -- by taking an extended look back at the chart-topping songs that made them part of this exclusive club. Here, we again honor the late Daryl "The Captain" Dragon by diving into his and Toni Tennille's second No. 1 hit as Captain and Tennille, the 1979 slow jam "Do That to Me One More Time."

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Aside from its instantly captivating melody -- like "Love Will Keep us Together," the song kicks right off with its title and strongest vocal hook -- "Do That to Me One More Time" was an instant attention-grabber for its lustful, borderline-explicit-sounding lyrical conceit. "The Way That I Want to Touch You" may have been decently suggestive, but for the most part, Captain & Tennille were seen as a wholesome pop-rock duo, family-friendly enough to be given their own hit primetime variety show on ABC. Tennille's opening insistence of "Do that to me one more time/ Once is never enough, with a man like you" didn't quite set off the censors, but it definitely said enough to let people know that the days of "Muskrat Love" were over for the duo. Her contralto croon also proved an ideal match for the ballad -- light and flexible enough to properly convey the song's sighing ecstasy, but strong and substantial enough to show that she's woman enough to handle the double shot of her baby's love.

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