"Dancing with the enemy" as written by and Jordan Robert/miller Whelan....
You look back, over your shoulder,
To see what could have been.
Do you want to see what used to be?
Someone you called friend?

Dance with me my enemy,
To finish what was lost.

These sheets we're wearing...
Perfect for the occasion.
This is where we dance tonight,
All that you have to do is keep what you held onto,
This is where we dance, tonight, tonight, tonight.

Voices talking, he said, she said,
I don't care about that.
This sensitive silence, between you and I,
I'll be the one to break it.

These sheets we're wearing...
Perfect for the occasion.
This is where we dance tonight,
All that you have to do is keep what you held onto,
This is where we dance, tonight, tonight, tonight.

Dance with me,
To Finish what was lost.
(finish what was lost)

Dance with me,
To Finish what was lost.
(Finish what was lost)

What was lost, (Lost)

These sheets we're wearing...
Perfect for the occasion.
This is where we dance tonight,
All that you have to do is keep what you held onto,
This is where we dance, tonight, tonight, tonight



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    General CommentI think this is a song about two people who had a friendship that ended bitterly. The protagonist in this song is now trying to reunite with the other person to show them what they shared.
    adventFLUXon December 28, 2007   Link

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