"Dance Dance Dance" as written by and Jason Cooper Brenda Cooper....
My grandpa, he's ninety five
And he keeps on dancin'
He's still alive

My grandma, she's ninety two
She loves to dance
And sing some, too

I don't know
But I've been told
If you keep on dancing
You'll never grow old

Come on darling
Put a pretty dress on
We're gonna go out tonight
Dance, dance, dance
Dance, dance, dance
Dance, dance, dance
All night long

I'm a hard working man
I'm a son of a gun
I've been working all week in the noon day sun
The wood's in the kitchen
And the cow's in the barn
I'm all cleaned up and my chores are all done
Take my hand, come along
Let's go out and have some fun

Come on darling put a pretty dress on
We're gonna go out tonight
Dance, dance, dance
Dance, dance, dance
Dance, dance, dance
All night long

Pick on
Dance, dance, dance
Dance, dance, dance
Dance, dance, dance
All night long

Come on darling, don't look that way
Don't you know when you smile
I've got to say you're my honey pumpkin lover
You're my heart's delight

Don't you want to go out tonight
You're such a pretty lady
You're such a sweet girl
When you dance it brightens up my world

Come on darling put a pretty dress on
We're gonna go out tonight
And dance, dance, dance
Dance, dance, dance
Dance, dance, dance
All night long


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"Dance, Dance, Dance" as written by Joseph Cooper Brenda Barbara Cooper

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