"Two-Step" as written by Mimi J. Parker, Al Sparhawk and Zachary Micheletti....
And the light, it burns your skin
In a language you don't understand

It's not that hard
It is not that hard

That's not all
Voices small
Heed them either way they call

Two-step around the room
Kneel down on white
Two-step around the room
Kneel down on white
Two-step around the room
You can kneel down on white
Two-step around the room
You can kneel down on white

That's not all
Voices small
Heed them either way they call

And the light, it burns your skin
In a language you don't understand


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    General CommentThis is about prayer.
    uneducated_noviceon May 06, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song has to do with the marriage rites of the Latter-Day Saints church.
    iembalmon May 01, 2009   Link
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    General Commentiembalm, could you go into more detail on how this song relates to the marriage rites of the LDS church? Or, could anyone else?
    MrNovember33on June 04, 2009   Link
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    General CommentIt is partly about following God's will even when it's easier to follow our own human will, hiding from the light.
    ersek3on July 12, 2013   Link

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