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Have you ever had a good time turn bad
When the leaves turn brown
And the shattered glass just splinters

It's days like this that you can't resist
A long tall drink
And a big yellow sun in the winter

And you can go dancing
You can go dancing
You can go dancing
Dancing in the end zone

And you can go dancing
You can go dancing
You can go dancing
Dancing in the end zone

Did you ever pray you could stay away
Company excluded
From the curse of the family circle

In a big round room on the edge of the moon
There's a shooting star
In a race for the final hurdle

You can go dancing
You can go dancing
You can go dancing
Dancing in the end zone

And you can go dancing
You can go dancing
You can go dancing
Dancing in the end zone

No need to worry, no need to worry
No need to worry when you dance alone
You already made it, you already made it
When you're dancing in the end zone

You can go dancing
You can go dancing
You can go dancing
Dancing in the end zone

You can go dancing
You can go dancing
You can go dancing
Dancing in the end zone

You can go dancing
In the end zone
You can go dancing
In the end zone

You can go dancing
You can go dancing in the end zone
You can go dancing
You can go dancing in the end zone

You can go dancing
You can go dancing in the end zone



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