"Four To The Floor (Thin White Duke Mix)" as written by and James/stelfox Walsh....
With hand on heart, you right from the start
You taught me to take my part
No cross to bear, no reason to care
My life was all up in air
Four to the floor, I was sure
Never seeing clear
I could have it all
Whenever you are near

The iron hand did not understand
The plight of the common man

Four to the floor, I was sure
Never seeing clear
I could have it all
Whenever you are near

Four to the floor, I was sure
That she would be my girl
We'd rent a little world
We'd have a little girl

Four to the floor, I was sure
Never seeing clear
I could have it all
Whenever you are near

Four to the floor, I was sure
That she would be my girl
We'd rent a little world
We'd have a little girl

Four to the floor, I was sure
Never seeing clear
I could have it all
Whenever you are near.


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"Four to the Floor" as written by Benjamin Byrne Barry Westhead

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Four To The Floor (Thin White Duke Mix) song meanings
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    General CommentI think this song was remixed only because the "Four to the floor" phrase. It makes reference to a type of techno/electronic rythm, where (as in almost all techno music) the kick drum hits four times per compas (floor refers to the time when the kick drum must be hit)... making a 4/4 rythm music.
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