"Take To The Floor" as written by Shaun Abbott, Ross Bradbury Harley, Adam Hiles, William Justin Lockey and Paul John Mullen....
We're coming in, we're coming in
Can you hear us? Can you hear us? Can you hear us?
How the tables have turned

You never listened before, you never listened before
I will raise my voice as I take to the floor
How the tables have turned
How the tables have turned

Same old story
Same broken promises

They all were changing, they all were changing
So I'll keep it to myself
They all were changing, they all were changing
So I'll keep it to myself

When sleep talking, when sleep talking
Truth will come out in the dreaming of crowds
How the tables have turned

And I'd tell that lie, I'd tell that lie
I made it up, I want you out of my life
How the tables have turned

Same old story
Same broken promises

And they all were changing, they all were changing
So I'll keep it to myself
They all were changing, they all were changing
So I'll keep it to myself

Take to the floor once again
You have me by your side
Take to the floor once again
You have me by your side

They all were changing, they all were changing
They all were changing

Same old story
Same broken promises
Same old story
Same broken promises
Same old story
Same broken promises

They all were changing
They all were changing

They all were changing
They all were changing


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    General Commenti really like this song and i love the band.
    i think this song is about a relationship.
    You never listened before, you never listened before
    I will raise my voice as I take to the floor
    i think is were someone in the relationship has tried talking to there partner about how they feel but they never listen so they raise their voice to make the person listen.

    Same old story
    Same broken promises

    i think means that the partner lied to them and promised that they were telling the truth but they broke the promise as they lied.

    And I'd tell that lie, I'd tell that lie
    I made it up, I want you out of my life
    i think this is saying that they made a mistake about the whole thing and they dont want to be in the relationship anymore because of the lies

    i dont know if any of this is true but its my veiw of the song.
    yazzy1222on August 03, 2007   Link

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