"Dancin' by Myself" as written by and David Robert Pack....
Whatever it is you need
Better take what you can to feed it
In a world of hunger and greed
Lives a heart that's truly bleedin'
Now the question of me and you is just remainin' a mystery
I guess it just goes to prove that you never really did love me

So you might just ask your mama
If that's the way it should be
Well, you might just ask your conscience
If I left you or you left me

Well, you say that you want somebody
Who's gonna treat you like a queen
When you don't even have the time of day
For the things that mean a lot to me
I hoped that we'd piece it together
And put an end to the misery
But these things take forever
And it never did occur to me

That you might go home to mama
And that's the way it'd be
Well, you might just ask your conscience
If I left you where you left me

You left me dancin' by myself, dancin' by myself
And I can't find no one else
Can't find no one else
You left me dancin' by myself, dancin' by myself
And I don't want no one else, yeah
Dancin', dancin'

So you might just ask your mama
If that's the way it should be
You might just ask your conscience
If I left you where you left me

You left me dancin' by myself, dancin' by myself
And I can't find no one else
Can't find no one else
You left me dancin' by myself, dancin' by myself
And I don't want no one else dancin'
And I can't find no one
Can't find no one else


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"Dancin' by Myself" as written by David Robert Pack

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