Stay Young, Go Dancing

Album: Codes And Keys (2011)
  • Life is sweet
    In the belly of the beast
    In the belly of the beast,
    And with her song in your heart
    It can never bring you down
    It can never bring you down

    Lost in a maze
    Of a thousand rainy days
    Of a thousand rainy days
    But when I heard her voice
    Oh it led me to the end
    (Oh, it led me to the end)
    Yes it led me to the end

    'Cause when she sings I hear a symphony
    And I'm swallowed in sound as it echoes through me
    I'm renewed, oh how I feel like
    Through autumn's advancing, we'll stay young, go dancing

    As the music plays
    Feel our bodies sway
    When we move as one
    We stay young
    (Go dancing)

    Life is sweet
    In the belly of the beast (In the belly of the beast)
    In the belly of the beast
    And when with her song in your heart
    Oh it can never bring you down (It can never bring you down)
    It can never bring you down

    'Cause when she sings I hear a symphony
    And I'm swallowed in sound as it echoes through me
    I'm renewed, oh how I feel like
    Through winter's advancing, we'll stay young go dancing
    Stay young go dancing
    Stay young go dancing Writer/s: BENJAMIN GIBBARD
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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