"Dance in the Boat" as written by William Craig Bickhardt and Tony Haselden....
Bobby stops off at the bar
Showin' off his brand new car
Got the top laid down
He buys a round for all his friends
Daddy's money never ends
It's his job to spread it around

Now I've known Bobby all my life
And I know he ain't Mr. Right
But he ain't all wrong
He's just goin' nowhere fast
And every now and then he asks
If I'd like to ride along

I know a good time when I see one
And when I'm in the mood I can even be one
I can lead the parade or I can stop it
Sometimes I dance in the boat just to rock it

Guys are sometimes wild as weeds
Other girls get allergies
Every time they bloom
Me, I like a big bouquet
Variety's the spice they say
Exitement's a sweet perfume

I know a good time when I see one
And when I'm in the mood I can even be one
I can lead the parade or I can stop it
Sometimes I dance in the boat just to rock it

I know a good time when I see one
And when I'm in the mood I can even be one
I can lead the parade or I can stop it
Sometimes I dance in the boat just to rock it



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"Dance in the Boat" as written by William Craig Bickhardt Tony Haselden

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