"I'm the Lonely One" as written by and Gordon Mills....
I can think of nothing better
Than dancing on the beach
See a girl, you can go and get her
Your troubles will be out of reach
(On the beach) You can dance to the rock & roll
(On the beach) Hear the bossanova, played with soul
(On the beach) You can dance, twist and shout
(On the beach) Everybody hear me come on out
On the beach (Come on, everybody, stamp your feet)
On the beach (You can dance with anyone you meet) 'Cause your troubles will be out of reach
On the beach
Mm, this is fun
Mm, won't you tell me I'm the one you're gonna dance with Yeah, bossanova
Mm, this is fun
Mm, won't you tell me I'm the one you're gonna dance with Yeah, twist and shout now
You can do the dance that you want to
With anyone that you meet
And if the bossanova doesn't get you
The twist'll have you on your feet
(On the beach) You can dance to the rock & roll
(On the beach) Hear the bossanova, played with soul
(On the beach) You can dance, twist and shout
(On the beach) Everybody hear me come on out
On the beach (Come on, everybody, stamp your feet)
On the beach (You can dance with anyone you meet) æCause your troubles will be out of reach
On the beach


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"I'm the Lonely One" as written by Gordon Mills

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