Jim's Note: Along with, Baby, I, this is one of my first attempts at a 'pop' song after steering clear of the genre for 30 years.

There's a lot more to the chorus than meets the eye, but it has to be heard to be appreciated.

 

Dance The Night Away
© 1997, Jim Lesses. All Rights Reserved.
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She looks at you and smiles across a crowded room,
Her eyes can cut through fog and light the darkest gloom.
She’s spun a thousand tales and still has more to tell,
And though you’ve never met, you feel you know her well.

And there you are beside her and you say, Hello,
You ask her for the time, she says she doesn’t know.
And does she want to dance, she smiles and says, Ok,
You lead her to the floor and Dance The Night Away.

Chorus:
And you dance. Dance the night away.
And you dance. Dance the night away.
Dance the night away.

You walk her to the car, your heart is beating fast,
Your head is filled with fantasies that will not last.
You ask her for her number but she builds a wall,
And though she takes down yours, you know she will not call.

You wake up in the morning with your memories,
The telephone is ringing, let it be her, please.
And then you hear her voice above your pounding heart,
You thank God for her choices and a brand new start.

And you dance. Dance the night away.
And you dance. Dance the night away.
Dance the night away.

INSTRUMENTAL BREAK

Out with CHORUS

 

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