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Shut Up And Dance lyrics

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Aaron Watson – Shut Up And Dance lyrics

We both work hard for money already spent
Blamin' each other for where it all went
Never thinking of love only paying the loans
Gripin' 'bout bills and keeping up with the Jones
Just once let's forget about making ends meet
Or whose got the nicest yard on the street
Darlin' let loose and let your hair down
We're staying at home for a night on the town

Chorus:
So turn the music up, we'll dim the lights down
Let those old records keep spinnin' around
Replace all our worries with some romance
Tell me you love me, we'll shut up and dance

When you're in my arms, oh, it makes me feel
Like we own a mansion on top of the hill
But it's not how big's the house it's how happy the home
How poor is a rich man who lives all alone

Chorus:
So turn the music up, we'll dim the lights down
Let those old records keep spinnin around
Replace all our worries with some romance
Tell me you love me, we'll shut up and dance

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Chorus:
So turn the music up, we'll dim the lights down
Let those old records keep spinnin around
Replace all our worries with some romance
Tell me you love me we'll shut up and dance



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