Stolen Dance

Album: Sadnecessary (2013)
Charted: 24 39
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  • I want you by my side
    So that I never feel alone again
    They've always been so kind
    But now they've brought you away from here
    I hope they didn't get your mind
    Your heart is too strong anyway
    We need to fetch back the time
    They have stolen from us

    And I want you
    We can bring it on the floor
    You've never danced like this before
    We don't talk about it
    Dancin' on do the boogie all night long
    Stoned in paradise, shouldn't talk about it

    And I want you
    We can bring it on the floor
    You've never danced like this before
    We don't talk about it
    Dancin' on do the boogie all night long
    Stoned in paradise, shouldn't talk about it

    Shouldn't talk about it

    Coldest winter for me
    No sun is shining anymore
    The only thing I feel is pain
    Caused by absence of you
    Suspense is controlling my mind
    I cannot find the way out of here

    I want you by my side
    So that I never feel alone again

    And I want you
    We can bring it on the floor
    You've never danced like this before
    We don't talk about it
    Dancin' on do the boogie all night long
    Stoned in paradise, shouldn't talk about it

    And I want you
    We can bring it on the floor
    You've never danced like this before
    We don't talk about it
    Dancin' on do the boogie all night long
    Stoned in paradise, shouldn't talk about it
    Shouldn't talk about it

    And I want you
    We can bring it on the floor
    You've never danced like this before
    We don't talk about it
    Dancin' on do the boogie all night long
    Stoned in paradise, shouldn't talk about it
    Shouldn't talk about it Writer/s: Clemens Rehbein
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 4

  • Lola The Dancer from United States I took it to mean meeting someone after you have been single for a long time after a bad relationship and you finally meet someone special and you want to be happy again, but the ability to feel joy has been compromised, ". . . get back the the time they have stolen from us". You don't even want to talk about it, you don't want to hear what anyone else has to say about it, you just want to get back out there and have fun and, "boogie all night long", "stoned in the paradise" of a new love.

    I guess the lyrics are vague enough so the mean different things to people.
  • Elijah from Nyc “Never danced like this before” “dancing on, do the bogie all night long. Stoned in paradise.” Uppers. Clearly geekin through the night
  • Erased Father from NzFor me the song reminds me of my situation of being a father separated from my daughter through the family courts by my vindictive ex and how badly I miss my little girl who was stolen from me.
  • Massascensionofconsiousness4humanity from TxStolen Dance to me is more of a spiritual song for me. The deeper meaning I see in the song is a man who sees an evil world and longs for the God of love and unity. Shocked and saddened by the world he sees, he is determined to address the evil on a spiritual level to get back the "stolen dance" thats been taking from him and everyone else in the world. "SHOULDN'T TALK ABOUT IT," "WE DON'T TALK ABOUT IT"
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