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Dancing With Character
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Feb 2, 2018
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Dancing With Character Lyrics

Song Meaning
Verse 1
Keep it light on your toes and forget what you know
Time to take the floor
Put my hand on your back, feel your body react
You are a natural
We can jive 'til our footsteps travel a thousand miles tonight
Keep it light, you'll be led, hazel eyes
Verse 2
He was dancing with character
Such a wonderful dancer, it embarrassed her
He was dancing with character
He was always a fan of her and married her
Now he's dancing alone, losing control
Moving from the memory in his bones
Dancing with character and he'll never stop dancing 'til he's back with her
Verse 3
Got a room, bought a house
Tried to save a good amount to start a family
Love is all when it lasts, now she only ever dances in my memory
As the language is fading, I find that the only way to talk is through my moves
I'm with you, hazel eyes
Verse 4
He was dancing with character
Such a wonderful dancer, it embarrassed her
He was dancing with character
He was always a fan of her and married her
Now he's dancing alone, losing control
Moving from the memory in his bones
Dancing with character and he'll never stop dancing 'til he's back with her
Verse 5
Now she's gone, is she free?
And is she watching over me?
Now I'm here, just me, so will anybody dance with me?
Keep it light, you'll be led, hazel eyes
In the night, you'll be there, hazel eyes
Verse 6
He was dancing with character
Such a wonderful dancer, it embarrassed her
He was dancing with character
He was always a fan of her and married her
Now he's dancing alone, losing control
Moving from the memory in his bones
Dancing with character and he'll never stop dancing 'til he's back with her
He was dancing with character
He'll never stop dancing 'til he's back with her

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