"When You Dance You Can Really Love" as written by and Leroy Kirkland Andrew Jones....
When you dance,
Do your senses tingle?
Then take a chance?
In a trance
While the lonely mingle
With circumstance?

I've got something to tell you, you make it show
Let me come over, I know you know
When you dance I can really love

I can love, I can really love, I can really love
I can love, I can really love, I can really love

Like a mountain that's growing a river that rolls
Let me come over, I know you know
When you dance I can really love

When you dance
Do your senses tingle?
Then take a chance?
In a trance
While the lonely mingle
With circumstance?

I've got something to tell you, you make it show
Let me come over, I know you know
When you dance I can really love


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    General Commenti dont know what its about but i love it
    dasquien!on September 17, 2005   Link
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    General CommentFirst off I'm pretty sure the title is actually "When You Dance You Can Really Love," despite what they actually say in the lyrics... anyway, I think it's just about the feeling you get when you're dancing with someone you love... love the outro!
    PoprocksCkon December 16, 2006   Link
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    General CommentPoprocksCk your wrong idiot, the song title is correct, the only reason why you think the actually song title is "When You Dance You Can Really Love" is because there was a misprint on the CD. Neil Young even posted this on his site.

    Other than that, this song is fantastic, i love the vibe.
    IBOPAon September 09, 2007   Link
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    General Commentonly three comments? what the hell! I love Neil and this song as well soo good especially on rust never sleeps.

    Im 15 by the way
    katemsdfyon March 02, 2009   Link
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    General CommentHeart and soul is kenned hereby. One of my all-time favorites by Neil Young, who is just about my all-time favorite recording artist but no, that is just too too unjust to single out one when that era had such a slew of greats ...at least a hundred super-greats and at least 500 close runners-up. Man o man, were those the times though -- BEST time to be growing up. Then along came Reagan and life got lousy. Now human life/endeavor is but a pitiable remnant, utter vainglory, totally corrupt and shallow and our species is about ready to call it quits. Thanks, Neil.
    jviceroyon June 05, 2010   Link

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