"I Love to Dance Like They Used to Dance" as written by Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman and William Goldenberg....
I love to dance like they used to dance
When you held a girl in your arms
No hide and seek, just cheek to cheek
No fun in doin' a single
When there's no touch, there's no tingle
I love to travel across the floor
Holdin' somethin' more than just air
Come and dance with me, you and I can be
Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire
Tell the band to blow ev'ry tune they know
And throw in a tango or two
How I love to dance like they used to dance
When the girl in my arms is you

I love to travel across the floor
Holdin' somethin' more than just air
Come and dance with me, you and I can be
Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire
Tell the leader man we don't need a plan
Just give us a one and a two
How I love to dance like they used to dance
When the girl in my arms is you


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"I Love to Dance Like They Used to Dance" as written by Marilyn Bergman Alan Bergman

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