Treasure Island

Charles Jagongo

(1972 / Kenya, Africa)

Dance, Dance, Dance.


Dance, Dance, Dance
Dance your sweat away
Dance the infectious beat
The hall is full
The music is great
Thumb, thumb, thumb
Our feet make a go
Eyes glitter a world so great
Voices smart and coy
over shoulders they whisper
Dance, Dance, Dance
The silvery moon is up
Stars glitter birds to nest
It is a sweet melody
A journey starts, Dance
Sweet melody and breath
A union!
A young one will see day
Dance, Dance, Dance.

Submitted: Tuesday, December 04, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, December 04, 2012

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