"Dance" as written by and Gary Anthony James Webb....
My name is Mary and I'm from Greenville, Mississippi
But this is where I live here in this old folk's dormitory
Every Sunday night Sarah comes to see us
And she plays that old upright
But Sarah always seems to leave us
When she plays something comes over me
Goes from my head all the way to my feet
And I want to dance
I want to snap my fingers all night long and dance
I want to move around the room just like a woman in a trance
All night, I want to dance
I want to wrap my arms around your neck and dance
I want to listen to the music that's been ringing in my ears
And one day I'm gonna dance my way right outta here
I had two girls and a boy but now one's gone up to Heaven
She's with her papa now 'cause he left for lack of penicillin
The older that I get I figure everyone is dying
They're all dying for a change
I know I'm dying for some action
But days like these Sunday seems so far away
So until then I'm gonna sit right here and here Ill stay
I'd marry you, if you could dance, that's what I said
'Cause where I'm going they'll be dancing everyday


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"Dance" as written by Evelio Samboni Richard Webb

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