In the ballroom of romance, there's a rock band playing
People swaying to the beat, swaying in the heat
In the corner over there by the door is a local Casanova
Yelling for another double scotch, "hey, steady on the rocks!"
And when the girl walked in, a complete unknown
There was mass confusion, this beauty was alone
And then the room began to shimmer
Every heart was beating fast
Every man who had to win her
Was moving fast, they said

I'm ready, I'm ready for romance
I'm ready for romance is here at last

In the ballroom of romance, there's a young man waiting
Standing looking over at the scene, it could be you or me
Every eye in the room was watching as she walked over to him
Whispered "do you want to come with me, I'm heading for the beach"
In her BMW 635, going smooth at ninety, feeling good to be alive
And then the moon began to shimmer
Hey the sea was roaring in
Just one kiss and then his heart
Began to sing, he said

I'm ready, I'm ready for romance
I'm ready for romance is here at last

Hey the moon began to shimmer
And the sea was roaring in
The last thing I remember
Was her kiss, I said

I'm ready, I'm ready for romance
I'm ready, I'm ready for romance
I said I'm ready, I'm ready for romance
I'm ready for romance is here at last!

In the ballroom of romance
In the ballroom of romance
In the ballroom of romance
In the ballroom of romance
I'm ready!

Life goes on, same old song
Life goes on, and love grows strong


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