Treasure Island

Ray Hansell

(New Jersey)

Dancing


Take my hand and hold it
As I hold onto to you
As the music softly plays
Dancing close is what I want to do

I want to move with you
To the gentle beat
We will get going faster
As we start to move our feet

I’ll swirl you around
I’ll spin you out
I’ll lift you over my head
As we dance all about

Slow music, fast music
Music in between
It doesn’t really matter
We’ll dance like we’re in a dream

Take my hand and hold it
As I hold on to you
I’ll show you some things
That these feet can do


12-27-05/RJH

© 9-4-10/RJH

Submitted: Saturday, September 04, 2010
Edited: Saturday, March 15, 2014
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