"Dancing's Done" as written by John Henry Everard Hamson and Marcus Stephen Ratcliff....
All your wedding whites
Turning to a cream
Stirring among the palms
Moving like a dream
Dancing us along
To the laughing sea on a song

When our dancing's done
In a sea, some waves we'll be riding on
There's a rescue wave still to come
Still lives on
Like you said
And you'll wait

When you get it you'll be flying
When you get it you'll be flying
You were flying before
And when you're calling me you're saying there's a fire
And I want to tell you now
But I haven't got the heart for more
I see you want it, oh you want it but you're happy
And you ought to see you now, you ought to see you now
So give up the finish - not the trying, just the having
And it wouldn't be for me to bring you low


Lyrics submitted by Vytasb, edited by DannyJC13

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