I'll dance
Oh, yes, I'll dance at your wedding
I'll dance at your wedding
I'll dance at your wedding
I'll have a wonderful time
I'll drink to your father
I'll drink to your mother
Then I'll have another for Auld Lang Syne
I'll kiss all the bachelors, the young and old and then
I'll have myself another drink and kiss them all again
I'll dance at your wedding
I won't miss that wedding
I'll dance at your wedding
Am I gonna shine at your wedding and mine

I can have my something borrowed
Something old and something new
Everybody will kiss the bride
But I'll save a few for you
I wish you'd take it easy
Don't get hit by any old shoe
Save some of that rice they throw
We'll need it in a year or two

We'll drink to your father (drink to me father)
We'll drink to your mother (me father's mother)
And we'll have another (another for me brother)
Maybe two, maybe three, maybe four, maybe more

I'll kiss all the bachelors, the young and old and then
I'll have myself another drink and kiss them all again
I'll dance at your wedding
I won't miss that wedding
I'll dance at your wedding
Am I gonna shine at your wedding and mine


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