"Fred Astaire" as written by and Donna Summer Donna Wyant....
Romance me...dance me
'til I don't care
You haven't lived until you've danced on air
Whisper nothings if you dare
Won't you please, be my Fred Astaire

(Jam):
Everybody up...everybody up
Everybody up on the dance floor now
Everybody up...everybody up
Everybody up on the dance floor now

I know they call you Mr. Lonely Heart
But you're the leading man to play the part
You don't have to be a millionaire
All you have to do is be my Fred Astaire

(Chorus):
Get up now...get up now
Get up now...be my Fred Astaire (x2)

(Jam):
When you move it's like a melody
Serenading...the very heart of me
I'll be your Ginger Rogers on the floor
Swirl me. twirl me 'til I just can't
Take no more

(Chorus):
Boy if you could only read my mind
You've been in my dreams a thousand time

(Jam):
(Chorus Jam):
Everybody up
(get up now)
Everybody up
(get up now)
Everybody up
(be my Fred Astaire).


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"Fred Astaire" as written by Donna Summer Anthony Smith

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