Romeo

Album: Slow Dancing With The Moon (1993)
Charted: 50
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  • A cross between a movie star
    And a hero in a book
    Romeo comes struttin' in
    And everybody looks
    'Cause he's just got that special thang
    That everybody needs
    And everybody wants him
    But not as bad as me

    Hey, Romeo, where art thou
    Get out here on the floor
    I want to dance you darlin'
    'Til you forget wherefore
    Let's two step to a new step
    We'll keep it all in line
    And we'll call this the Romeo
    'Cause you're so mighty fine

    Romeo, Romeo, Romeo come dance with me

    And that sexy little body
    Beats all I've ever seen
    I ain't never seen a cowboy
    Look that good in jeans
    My temperature keeps risin'
    Every time we meet
    I may not be in love
    But let me tell you
    I'm in heat

    Romeo, Romeo, I just know I'll get you yet
    Romeo, Romeo, I want to be your Juliet

    So step it high, step it low
    Step it out and in
    Step to the side and let it slide
    Then steppin' up again
    Step on toes, it all goes
    Steppin' as you please
    But I'm one step away from love
    So don't step out on me

    Romeo, Romeo, Romeo with the magic feet

    So step it high, step it low
    Step it out and in
    Step to the side and let it slide
    Then steppin' up again
    Step on toes, it all goes
    Steppin' as you please
    But I'm one step away from love
    So don't step out on me

    Romeo, Romeo
    I just know I'll get you yet
    Romeo, Romeo
    Won't you be my Juliet
    Romeo, Romeo
    Romeo, Romeo
    (Fade & Repeat) Writer/s: DOLLY PARTON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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