I feel so unsure
as I take your hand & lead you to the dance floor
as the music dies, smth in your eyes
calls to mind the silver screen
and all its sad good-byes

I am never going to dance again
guilty feet have got no rhythm
though it is easy to pretend
I know your not a fool

Should have known better than to cheat a friend
and waste the chance that I have been given
so I am never going to dance again
the way I danced with you

Time can never mend
the careless whispers of a good friend
to the heart & mind
ignorance is kind
theres no comfort in the truth
pain is all you will find

I am never going to dance again
guilty feet have got no rhythm
though it is easy to pretend
I know your not a fool

Should have known better than to cheat a friend
and waste this chance that I have been given
so I am never going to dance again
the way I danced with you

Never without your love

Tonight the music seems so loud
I wish that we could lose this crowd
Maybe it is better this way
We would hurt each other with the things we would wanna say

We could´ve been so good together
We could´ve lived this dance forever
But noone has going to dance with me
Please stay

And I am never going to dance again
guilty feet have got no rhythm
though it is easy to pretend
I know your not a fool

Should have known better than to cheat a friend
and waste the chance that I have been given
so I am never going to dance again
the way I danced with you

(Now that you are gone) Now that you are gone
(Now that you are gone) What I did´s so wrong
that you had to leave me alone


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    General CommentThis is a beautiful song and I can't understand why it has no comments yet! Heard it too often?
    Jvrson January 16, 2011   Link

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