From 1985 to 1993, I went to Mugi, the Asian bar in Hollywood, almost every Saturday night, sometimes Wednesday or Friday, too. That means that I heard "One Night in Bangkok" at least 300 times.
From 1990 to 1995, I went to the Faultline, the leather bar on Melrose, near Los Angeles City College. There were some Asian guys there, too, of course.
I was there almost every Sunday afternoon, sometimes Friday or Saturday, too. So I heard their theme song over 300 times.
It seemed to be a Gay Pride anthem:
Open up the closet door, watch out, here I come.
Although some of the lyrics seemed to involve a bar pickup:
You, I don't even know your name, baby.
You, something something, baby.
With a chorus:
Round, round, round, round, something something baby, round round round round.
Years later, I heard the song again, at the gym of all places, and it brought me back to those many nights and Sunday afternoons surrounded by shirtless and leather-clad men. When I got home, I did an internet search.
It's "You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)", by the British band Dead or Alive, released in December 1984, peaked at #4 on the dance charts in January 1985.
Boy, did I get the lyrics wrong! The "gay pride anthem":
Open up your lovin' arms, watch out here I come.
The bar pickup:
If I, I get to know your name, baby
Then I could trace your private number, baby
Other members were Mike Percy, Steve Coy, and Tim Lever.
See also: One Night in Bangkok