"Play Something We Can Dance To" as written by Billy Dean and Dennis Morgan....
Don't be sad
What we had was so fine
Before we go let's go back
To where we met the first time
One last time around the floor
And I'll hold you like I did before
Take my hand I'll ask our friend in the band

Play something we can dance to
Play something nice and slow
Maybe while we're waltzing I can change you mind
While the lights are low
Hey mister steel guitar man can you make her cry
Play something we can dance to
Before we say goodnight

If you want
I'll drive you home just once more
Park the car then arm in arm
Walk you to the front door
I'll just let the motor run
Leave the windows down just for fun
You never know what we'll hear on the radio
They might

Don't be sad
What we had was so fine
Before we go let's go back
To where we met the first time
One last time around the floor
And I'll hold you like I did before
Take my hand I'll ask our friend in the band

Play something we can dance to
Play something nice and slow
Maybe while we're waltzing I can change you mind
While the lights are low
Hey mister steel guitar man can you make her cry
Play something we can dance to
Before we say goodnight

If you want
I'll drive you home just once more
Park the car then arm in arm
Walk you to the front door
I'll just let the motor run
Leave the windows down just for fun
You never know what we'll hear on the radio
They might

Play something we can dance to
Play something nice and slow
Maybe while we're waltzing I can change you mind
While the lights are low
Hey mister steel guitar man can you make her cry
Play something we can dance to
Before we say goodnight



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"Play Something We Can Dance To" as written by Dennis Morgan Billy Dean

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