"Non-Stop Dancing" as written by and Paul John Weller....
Non-stop dancing, truly out on the floor
Non-stop moving, baby, baby
Still you scream out for more
We don't care if it rains or shines
Cause everything's fine inside, when we're dancing
Non-stop dancing
I said, non-stop loving, with my girl by my side
Everything's just cool, now baby, baby
She's the sweetest thing I know
I don't even mind guys trying to compete
I know our love's as strong as the beat, when we're dancing
Non-stop dancing
People say we're wasting our time
They don't seem to understand
Cause when you're dancing all night long
It gives you the feeling that you belong
Non-stop dancing, I'm truly out of my head
But I ain't sleepy, baby, baby
You see the dance is my bed
Things are really getting wild
The kids are screaming for that James Brown style, when we're dancing
Non-stop dancing


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"Non-Stop Dancing" as written by Paul John Weller

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    General Comment"While it is true that teenagers the world over share the common trait of being totally self-absorbed, the 18 year old Paul Weller was less enthralled with himself, than by the very state of youth itself. Life was filled with so many possibilities that the world wasn't just his oyster, but the oyster of all teenagers, there to be gulped down with relish.

    So has it ever been, and that gusto to experience everything life has to offer was just as overwhelming in the northern England of the 60s, as it was in Woking in 1977. "Non-Stop Dancing" is ostensibly about the dizzying delight of all- night partying, but is really a tribute to the Northern Soul parties of yesteryear, and long hot nights spent at Wigan Casino and the Twisted Wheel.

    The title is apt, for the song deliriously careens across a slew of long-gone genres, a wild weaving of R&B, Motown, and mod, a party piece for all occasions, whether one was “in the city,” or far from the madding metropolis."

    Song review from allmusic
    bobsterbobskinon May 08, 2011   Link

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