They say this lasts forever That's just what I'm afraid of I'll never dance like this again She smiled like a Georgia summer She laughs with the sound of thunder I wanna dance like this again
I'm not the marryin' kind I've said a thousand times But I've never danced like this before She's got them pretty little shoes And I love the way she moves I wanna dance like this again
I was free and far from home I was young and on my own I was blind as I could be Thinkin' love was not for me Till the night I met the girl named Tennessee
Lights came down and the room spun slow Started sayin' she had to go Don't go baby I didn't get your name She said Don't worry I did not say
Oh she danced away with my Heart and soul Who she was I will never know
Danced away with my Hopes and dreams My sweet girl from Tennessee
Writer/s: Nathaniel Rinehart, William Rinehart
Publisher: Bluewater Music Corp., Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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