You look so good when you’re dancing
I watch you spill your drink on the tops of your shoes
You look so good when you’re dancing
Can I have this dance with you for the rest of my life

All your crooked teeth
Make a perfect smile
I’d buy a wall full of clocks
If it would stop time for awhile
I love to watch your mouth
Move with the words of the songs
And I don’t care
If they’re right or wrong

You look so good when you’re dancing
I watch you spill your drink on the tops of your shoes
You look so good when you’re dancing
Can I have this dance with you for the rest of my life

Love is like water
Shaped from the shores that it meets
Your delicate fingers
And my two left feet
Me in my stiff Sunday clothes
Pressed starched pants
We’ll keep the light at our backs
And watch our shadows hold hands
Please hold my hand

Because you look so good when your dancing
I watch you spill your drink on the tops of your shoes
You look so good when your dancing
Can I have this dance with you for the rest of my life
Can I have this dance with you
Can I have this dance with you
For the rest of my life


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My Two Left Feet song meanings
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