"Dance with Me" as written by Ronald Nathan Bell, James Taylor, George Brown, Robert Bell, Claydes Smith, Robert Mickens, Eumir Deodato, Larry Blackmon, Nathan Leftenat, Don Singleton, Thomas Michael Jenkins, Jermaine Dupri, Shawntae Harris, Kevin...
Lets dance little stranger
Show me secret sins
Love can be like bondage
Seduce me once again

Burning like an angel
Who has heaven in reprieve
Burning like the voodoo man
With devils on his sleeve

Wont you dance with me
In my world of fantasy
Wont you dance with me
Ritual fertility

Like an aparition
You dont seem real at all
Like a premonition
Of curses on my soul

The way I want to love you
Well it could be against the law
Ive seen you in a thousand minds
Youve made the angels fall

Wont you dance with me
In my world of fantasy
Wont you dance with me
Ritual fertility

Oh come on little stranger
Theres only one last dance
Soon the musics over
Lets give it one more chance

Wont you dance with me
In my world of fantasy
Wont you dance with me
Ritual fertility

Take a chance with me
In my world of fantasy
Wont you dance with me
Ritual fertility

mjo


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"Dance with Me" as written by Claydes Smith Lisa Nicole Lopes

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    My InterpretationSweet, mysterious, enticing song.

    I really like the original of this song, by Lords of the New Church, but I LOVE this version. Melanie Pain's voice just does it.

    I'm sure what I get from the lyrics is what most people probably get. Despite whether or not this person is bad for her, she want's them anyway. She wants the burning passion that comes with them. She wants them to take a chance with her, and allow themselves in to her world, and her's into theirs.
    monibaby101on January 08, 2012   Link

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