Dance Inside

Album: Move Along (2005)
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  • Lead singer Tyson Ritter reported to MTV in 2003 that that they had a new song that was written on tour called "Dance Inside," making it the first song written for Move Along. According to the article, Ritter said the song is about a girl, but that it pertains to present-day happiness and isn't a lament over yesterday. "We wrote it on the road after I met a beautiful girl," Ritter said. "It's about being in love and stuff like that. It's about passionate love, on a deeper level than I used to write about before.'" >>
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Comments: 6

  • Hannah from Gustavus, OhSounds to me like this song is about two people who've had feelings for each other for a long time, but for some reason couldn't act on them until now. They only have one chance to act on it, though ("Don't waste now, precious time"), so they go all the way.
  • Jessie from Dallas, Txpretty amazing song
  • Jules from Sand Springs, Oki am pretty sure this song is bout sex too .
  • Iain from Edinburgh, Scotlandno its not!!!

    its about SEX!!!!!
  • Beans from Philadelphia, Paoh and its Tyson and Nick that write the songs
  • Beans from Philadelphia, Pathis song is so beautiful i love it. AAR ROX!!
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