Dance The Way I Feel

Album: The Golden Year (2009)
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  • We wasted so many truths
    That we depend
    On getting by
    Another lie
    On every other thing that dies
    And as his voice beckons out
    I hear the end
    The end of trauma slowly setting in
    My body seems to stop and freeze
    Stop
    Well I just dance the way I feel
    Stop breathing
    Imagine none of this is real
    Imagine none of this is real
    Well I just dance the way I feel
    Well I just dance the way I feel
    Well I just dance the way I feel
    A simple crowd makes a movement on my space
    I'm lashing out
    I'm crashing down
    On all the people in my way
    I'm banning all of these ??? from this place
    This place is ruined been affected
    After all the time I paid
    Stop
    Well I just dance the way I feel
    Stop breathing
    Imagine none of this is real
    Imagine none of this is real
    Well I just dance the way I feel
    Stop
    Well I just dance the way I feel
    Stop
    Well I just dance the way I feel
    Moving on to someone else
    You're always open with yourself
    But no one
    I talk to no one
    Always falling short of help
    I choose to take this by myself
    And go
    And I just go
    Stop
    Well I just dance the way I feel
    Stop breathing
    Imagine none of this real
    Imagine none of this real
    Well I just dance the way I feel
    Stop
    Stop
    Well I just dance the way I feel Writer/s: ANDERS KALLMARK, CHARLIE HADDON, JOSEPH LOUIS HUTCHINSON
    Publisher: Global Talent Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group
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