I like to dance all night It summons the day That's how I play Yeah that's how I play
I said who are you No matter who you are So we dance all night And dance all day
I say I say
We're gonna fuel the fire We're gonna stoke it up We're gonna sip this wine And pass the cup
Who needs avenues Who needs reservoirs We're gonna show this town How to kiss these stars
I say I say
I'm on a hunt to kill I'm gonna skin the hide A yelp and scream And away I ride
I'll never top this view I'll never fall aground It's all for you For what you found
I say I say I say I say
It's gonna take your hand It's gonna drive you home It's gonna keep on, keep on, keep on And then forever roam.
Writer/s: CALEB FOLLOWILL, JARED FOLLOWILL, MATTHEW FOLLOWILL, NATHAN FOLLOWILL
Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Mazzika Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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Sidnei Fraga from BrazilAccording to this website (songfacts.com) in the first line of the song Caleb says "I like to dance all night and some of the day", but when you look for the lyrics, all these kind of websites show like this "I like to dance all night, summons the day"...why do they write "summons the day" instead of "some of the day"? Does anyone notice it? Cheers mates!
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Dustin from Franksville, WiOne of my favorite songs from these dudes!
Maqueesha from Clinton, NcThis is my absolute favotite song!!!!!
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