"Dancing on a Saturday Night" as written by Lynsey De Paul and Barry Green....
Hey, little boy get your dancin' shoes
Your gold satin jacket and the silvery blues
And it'll be alright, dancin' on a Saturday night

Well, the juke box is playing like a one man band
It's the only kind of music that we both understand
It's gonna be alright, dancin' on a Saturday night

Roller coaster gotta make the most
And dance, dance, dance the night away
Helter skelter, maybe I can help and
Dance, dance, dance the night away

Blue jean baby, he's the king of them all
he's the only one who makes me want to rock'n'roll
Don't have to say good night, dancin' on a Saturday night

Roller coaster, gotta make the most
And dance, dance, dance the night away
Helter skelter, maybe I can help and
Dance, dance, dance the night away

blue jean baby, he's the king of them all
he's the only one who makes me want to rock'n'roll
I want to hold him tight, dancin' on a Saturday night

I'm gonna hold him tight, dancin' on a Saturday night


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"Dancing On a Saturday Night" as written by Lynsey De Paul Barry Green

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