Let's All Dance

Album: Start Again (2021)
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  • If you're feeling good let's light this up together

    And let the music make you move, it's now or never, oh yeah

    Left foot, right foot, magical dancing shoes
    Let your body do what it wants to do

    So don't you wait another day

    It's only just a beat away
    Get up on your feet
    Get up on your feet
    Get up on your feet

    Let's all dance tonight
    Tonight tonight
    You and me together
    Let's all dance tonight
    Tonight tonight
    We'll go on forever
    Never gonna let you go

    Well if you're feeling like this groove is gonna get you

    Get up on your feet
    Get up on your feet
    Get up on your feet

    Let's all dance tonight
    Tonight tonight
    You and me together
    Let's all dance tonight
    Tonight tonight
    We'll go on forever
    Let's all dance tonight
    Tonight tonight
    You and me together
    Let's all dance tonight
    Tonight tonight
    We'll go on forever

    Get up on your feet
    Get up on your feet
    Get up on your feet
    Get up on your feet
    Get up on your feet
    Get up on your feet

    Let's all dance tonight
    Tonight tonight
    You and me together
    Let's all dance tonight
    Tonight tonight
    We'll go on forever
    Let's all dance tonight
    Tonight tonight
    You and me together
    Let's all dance tonight
    Tonight tonight
    We'll go on forever

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