"The Continental" as written by and Con/magidson Conrad....
Beautiful music
Dangerous rhythm
It's something daring, The Continental,
A way of dancing that's really 'entre nous'.

It's very subtle, The Continental,
Because it does what you want it to do.
It has a passion, The Continental,
An invitation to moonlight and romance.

It's quite the fashion, The Continental,
Because you tell of your love while you dance.
Your lips whisper so tenderly.
Her eyes answer your song.

Two bodies swaying, The Continental,
And you are saying just what you're dreaming of.
So keep on dancing, The Continental,
For it's a song of romance and of love.

You kiss while you're dancing.
Not a bad idea.
The Continental, hmmmmm. It's continental.
You sing while you're dancing.

Your voice is gentle and sentimental.
You stroll together arm in arm.
You nonchalantly glide along with grace and charm.
You will find while you're dancing

That there's a rhythm in your heart and soul,
A certain rhythm that you can't control,
And you will do
The Continental all the time.


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"The Continental" as written by Herbert Magidson Con Conrad

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