Dance With Me

Album: Collateral (2017)
  • I have seen a sunset in the western sky
    Ain't nothin' like the brightness in your eyes
    And I have seen the moon reflecting in the sea
    But that don't compare to how you shine on me

    After everything I've seen, I rather see you smile
    'Cause all I really want is just to hold you for a while and be your man

    So will you dance with me?
    I will lead you
    Give every moment that I have
    Just to be near you
    And when the song ends and everyone else leaves
    Will you dance one more with me?

    When my hands are heavy and your words are slow
    Kiss my lips and tell me you won't let me go
    And with every single heartbeat I have left
    I'll make it known you are my world and nothing less

    'Cause all I really want is just to hold you for a while and be your man

    So will you dance with me?
    I will lead you
    Give every moment that I have
    Just to be near you
    And when the song ends and everyone else leaves
    Will you dance one more with me?
    Will you dance one more with me? Writer/s: PHILLIP LA DON PHILLIPS JR., TIM BRUNS
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing, WORDS & MUSIC A DIV OF BIG DEAL MUSIC LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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