"Tremble Dancing" as written by and Joseph Hughes David Freeman....
Will you be there when I call?
Will you be there when I tremble-dance to your door?

Matador in a blaze of blue
Musketeer picking only stars for you
These roles I play are...(Ooh ooh ooh)
Only moves (Of an artful dodger)
Only shapes (Of an awkward dancer)

Anyway!

Will you be there when I call?
Will you be there when I call?
And will you be there when I tremble-dance to your door?
(Will you be there when I call?) Tremble dancing
(Will you be there when I call?) Tremble dancing

Perfect days, sighing lover's sighs
Searching for clues in a cartoon sky
Crossing tears with grins, it's (Ooh ooh ooh)
Only moves (Of an artful dodger)
Only shapes (Of an awkward dancer)

Anyway!

Will you be there when I call?
Will you be there when I call?
And will you be there when I tremble-dance to your door?
(Will you be there when I call?) Tremble dancing
(Will you be there when I call?) Tremble dancing

It's a written move: 'If only we had a balcony...'
'...To drop roses from!'

Will you be there when I call?
Will you be there when I call?
And will you be there when I tremble-dance to your door?
Tremble dancing
Tremble dancing
Tremble dancing...


Lyrics submitted by Civanfan

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