I Feel Like Dancin'

Album: Dirty Work (2011)
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  • Shorty said she wants to run away
    Says I look like a boy she used to date
    Took me by the hand and pulled me to the stairs
    (Not interested, girl)

    Put her tongue all up in my ear (gross)
    Almost made me spill my beer (oh shit)
    She's up and ready to go but I don't care
    (Pssh, whatever)

    'Cause I'm in the zone
    Turned off my phone
    I've got my own agenda

    I feel like dancing tonight
    I'm gonna party like it's my civil right
    (Everybody get kinda awesome)
    It doesn't matter where,
    I don't care if people stare
    'Cause I feel like dancing tonight

    Everybody gettin' kinda crunk
    I think some dude just grabbed my junk (whoa)
    Now I know how Ke$ha must be feelin'
    (Like, what is with everyone?)

    Bros tried to turn me upside down
    I put a keg tap to my mouth
    But that's okay,
    I'm dancing on the ceiling (ah)

    'Cause I've got the groove
    I'll bust a move
    Just try and stop me

    I feel like dancing tonight
    I'm gonna party like it's my civil right
    (Everybody get kinda awesome)
    It doesn't matter where
    I don't care if people stare
    'Cause I feel like dancing tonight

    Somebody call the police (ooh-ooh-ooh)
    I think they're coming to get me
    They said,
    "You've got the right to remain on the dance floor
    So show us what you've got
    'Cause you know that you've got more!"

    I feel like dancing tonight
    I came to party like it's my civil right
    (Everybody get kinda awesome)
    It doesn't matter where,
    I don't care if people stare
    'Cause I feel like dancing tonight

    Oh, one more time
    I feel like dancing tonight (I feel like dancing)
    I'm gonna party like it's my civil right
    (Oh-whoa-oh-oh-oh)
    It doesn't matter where
    I don't care if people stare
    'Cause I feel like dancing tonight
    (Oh-oh-oh-oh-oh)
    I feel like dancing tonight (ha ha)

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