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You Can't Dance lyrics

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England Dan & John Ford Coley – You Can't Dance lyrics

We were playing in a club uptown
We were trying to get up
They kept pulling us down
They said, we love your sound
But we ain't found nothing
We can dance to

So play us another one
Like the other like
Like the one on the radio
Don't go slow
Get on with the show

(CHORUS)
If you can't dance to this one
(You can't dance)
Just can't dance at all
(You can't dance)
You can't dance to this one
You just can't dance
You can't dance

You can't dance
Cause you don't know how
Find someone gonna show you how
If you can't dance to this one
You just can't dance
You can't dance

If you listen to the song
You can move your feet
If you listen to your heartbeat
Close your mind
Let your body go

Here comes another one
Like the other like
Like the one on the radio
Here we go, it's one in a row

(CHORUS)

(You can't dance)
(You can't dance)
You just can't dance
You can't dance

You can't dance
Cause you don't know how
Find someone gonna show you how
If you can't dance to this one
You just can't dance
You can't dance

(CHORUS) 2X to fade



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