Choreomania

Album: Dance Fever (2022)
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  • And I am freaking out in the middle of the street
    With the complete conviction of someone who's never had anything actually really bad happen to them
    But I am committed now to the feeling

    I don't know how it started
    Don't know how to stop it
    Suddenly, I'm dancin'
    To imaginary music

    Something's coming, so out of breath
    I just kept spinnin' and I danced myself to death
    Something's coming, so out of breath
    I just kept spinnin' and I danced myself to death

    And this is the end
    And I'm thinking about her
    Driving around in the backseat of the car
    I'll be your demon daddy
    And do they speak to you?
    'Cause they speak to me too
    The pressure and the panic
    You push your body through

    Something's coming, so out of breath
    I just kept spinnin' and I danced myself to death
    Something's coming, so out of breath
    I just kept spinnin' and I danced myself to death

    You said that rock and roll is dead
    But is that just because it has not been
    Resurrected in your image?
    Like if Jesus came back
    But in a beautiful dress
    And all the evangelicals were like
    "Oh, yes"
    "Oh, yes"

    Something's coming, so out of breath
    I just kept spinnin' and I danced myself to death
    (Something's coming, something's coming)
    Something's coming, so out of breath
    I just kept spinnin' and I danced myself to death
    (Something's coming, something's coming)
    Something's coming, so out of breath
    I just kept spinnin' and I danced myself to death
    (Something's coming, something's coming)
    Something's coming, so out of breath
    I just kept spinnin' and I danced myself to death
    (Something's coming, something's coming)

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