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(jack tempchin)It’s late at night and we’re all aloneWith just the music of the radioNo one’s comin’, no one’s gonna telephoneJust me and him and the lights down lowAnd we’re slow dancing, swaying to the musicSlow dancing, just me and my guySlow dancing, swaying to the musicNo one else in the whole wide worldIn the whole wide worldAnd we just float together when the lights are lowAnd the shadows dancing across the wallThe music’s playing so soft and slowAnd the rest of the world’s so far away and smallSlow dancing, swaying to the musicSlow dancing, just me and my guySlow dancing, swaying to the musicNo one else in the whole wide worldIn the whole wide worldHold me, please hold meDon’t ever let me goAnd as we dance together in the darkThere’s so much love in this heart of mineHe whispers to me and I hold him tightHe’s the one I thought I’d never findSlow dancing, swaying to the musicSlow dancing, just me and my guySlow dancing, swaying to the musicNo one else in the whole wide worldIn the whole wide world



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