"Dance Baby Dance" as written by Crispin Macmichael Sandys Hunt, Richard Willis Hawley and Simon Edward Stafford....
It's cheap fix a face in the crowd
But the sweetest face God would allow
And given this is love almost completely
I want you to eat sweets that fill the tongues of love
So dance baby dance how does it feel where you are
Your shine is my battle, your shine is my war

I believe in love it doesn't make it true
What a good friend I could be for you
So slam the closet door almost completely
I want you to eat sweets that fill the tongues of love
And dance baby dance how does it feel where you are
Your shine is my battle, your shine is my war
Dance baby dance how does it feel where you are
Your shine is my battle, your shine is my war

I ask you impossible things
You ask me too many to answer, just four
I give you impossible love its no good to me
I'd ask you to slow down and stop take a look
You got to be joking

And as always money talks just says goodbye and walks
I need you to eat sweets that fill the tongues of love
Dance baby dance how does it feel where you are
Your shine is my battle, your shine is my war
Dance baby dance how does it feel where you are
Your shine is my battle, your shine is my war

(So lets divulge the constipation fuckers and persevere with your sweet sugar...)


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"Dance Baby Dance" as written by Richard Willis Hawley Crispin Macmichael Sandys Hunt

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