I said goodbye. Watched her go, and thought that I was all alone, and all alone I’d always be.
But you were there in the mist, long before I ever kissed your perfect face, and you erased every trace of me.
No, I was wrong, and before long you came to be.

It’s so strange how it goes. Tiny fingers and toes, so delicate, can bit by bit rebuild a world;
the fiercest fight, the brightest light from the smallest girl.

So dance Posie dance. Put the world in a trance.
No you can’t stop the beat. Posie June move your feet.

I’m completely enslaved by the way you behave, or misbehave, the way you rage, the way you sleep,
the way you crawl, the way you fall, the way you leap.

So sing, raise your voice, twist twist twist, ladies choice. You’re the new girl in town.
Posie June twirl around, ‘round and ‘round.

Dance Posey dance. Put the world in a trance.
No you can’t stop the beat. When Posie June moves her feet
I’m complete.

I watched her fall, and thought that I’d lost it all. I’d lost the stars. I’d lost the breeze. I’d lost the moon.
But I was wrong. ‘Cause before long came Posie June.



Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

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