Dancin'

Morse,Perry

	All I want to do is dance.
        I don't want your romance.
	I want to move.  I want to choose.
	Pick me up off my seat;
        turn me out on my feet.
	I want to turn.  I choose my turn.
	You don't want to see the real me when we're dancin'
	
        Keep away from the wall.
        Idiosyncracy, that is all;
        no phobia, no fear.
	Painted faces, painted clothes;
        I dont care for guns or bows
	my music is my shield
	You don't want to see the real me when we're dancin'

	I am waking up in degrees.
        I am living in industry.
	We all need escape from monetary rape.
        Honesty is in our feet.

	Pick me up off the floor;
        I don't care to see a door.
	I hate the decision.
	Push and pull and make me bend,
        then we'll start to dance again.
	I love the restriction.
	You don't want to see the real me when we're dancing.

Dancin' is copyright 1989 John Perry, Chris Morse, Ross Elbling, and Liberal Materialists Music. Any rebroadcast or republication is prohibited without one of our expressed written consent. Write to me with your comments or usage requests

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