"Joanna" as written by Claydes Smith, James Taylor, Curtis Fitzgerald Williams, Ronald Bell, Robert Bell, George Brown, James L. Bonnefond and Clifford Alanza Adams....
Joanna would you understand
if black were really white and
baby could I have this dance?
Just say that that's alright.
I'm a little scared, understand,
I'll admit it, I'll admit it.

I better dance right
Try not to lose it
Alright, try not to lose it again
try lose it again.
I better dance right,
try not to lose it,
alright, try not to lose it again,
and if I lose it again,
and if I can't dance, Joanna would you understand?

Joanna could you let it be,
would you be mine tonight?
And baby let the people see,
just that that's alright
I'm a little scared, understand
I'll admit it, I'll admit it

I better dance right
Try not to lose it
Alright, try not to lose it again
try lose it again.
I better dance right,
try not to lose it,
alright, try not to lose it again,
and if I lose it again,
and if I can't dance, Joanna would you understand?

All children learn when the sun goes down,
all my friends learn when the sun goes down.

Well i'm a little scared, understand, I'll admit it


Lyrics submitted by rjbucs28

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