"Something to Dance About" as written by and Irving Berlin....
An old hand at giving parties
And I've learned an awful lot
The best reason for a party
And what keeps it boiling hot
An occasion when you've got

Something to dance about
Someone to dance it with
Something to dance it to
To a fox-trot or a waltz

Put on your dancing shoes
Here comes some happy news
Break up in twos and twos
To a fox-trot or a waltz

You and someone have parted
And your lonely heart yearns
While you're there broken hearted
Suddenly he returns

That's something to dance about
With someone to dance it with
Pick something to dance it to
To a fox-trot or a waltz

To a Charleston or a waltz
To a Tango or a waltz

Dance to the blues
Something to dance about
Someone to dance it with
Something to dance it to Blues

Dance it to a rhumba
Ah

To a fox-trot, Charleston, Tango or a waltz
Ooh-ah, ooh-ah


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