Born To Be A Dancer

Album: Employment (2005)
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  • You and me were made
    (It's impossible to say)
    To be together always
    Then you moved away
    (To the capital of England)
    I hoped you'd stay there

    Once you asked me what I'm thinking
    I lay back and think of England
    Do you know my real answer?
    I was born to be a dancer

    I came down at your
    (On the national express)
    Request, to touch your breasts
    And now, I've found
    That you, you are hanging with a crowd
    A load of cheats and liars

    Do you know what I've been thinking?
    I lay back and think of England
    Do you know my real answer?
    I was born to be a dancer

    Once you asked me what I'm thinking
    I lay back and think of England
    Do you know my real answer?
    I was born to be a dancer
    Do you know what I've been thinking?
    I lay back and think of England
    Do you know my real answer?
    I was born to be a dancer Writer/s: ANDREW ROBERT WHITE, CHARLES RICHARD WILSON, JAMES RIX, NICHOLAS BAINES, NICHOLAS HODGSON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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