Treasure Island

jayne harris

(27 8 76 / salford)

get on your feet


dance to the beat

hey oh people everywhere they stare and compare
a bit of jealousy over there
but you know something i just dont care
if your walking down the road
and your wearing all your gold
if somebody tries to grab hold
id say dont touch my gold coz im about to explode

get on your feet
dance to the beat
get on your feet
your doing it sweet
get on your feet
youve gotta be beat
get on your feet
but they cant compeat

when im sat at home staring at the wall
sitting there waiting for my friend to call
when theres a knock at the door i shout who is it
my friend shouts me ive come to pay you a visit
come on she said lets go on the street
so get off that chair and get on your feet your feet

get on your feet
dance to the beat
get on your feet
your doing it sweet
get on your feet
youve gotta be beat
get on your feet
but they cant compeat

Submitted: Friday, January 27, 2012

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