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Dancing The Night Away
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James Howard Brown, Jr., Russell Smith

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Date Performance 1978-00-00
Running Time 4:23
Performers Leo Sayer (Harmonica), Leo Sayer (Vocals), Leo Sayer (Background Vocals), Leo Sayer (Slide Guitar), Dean Parks (Acoustic Guitar), Fred Tackett (Acoustic Guitar), David/Dave (Baby) Paich (Wurlitzer), David Lindley (Fiddle), David Lindley (Steel Guitar), Jeff(rey) Porcaro (Percussion), James Newton Howard (Piano)
Appears On
Leo Sayer (1978)
Leo Sayer
The Show Must Go On: The Anthology (1996)
Leo Sayer

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Standing beside of the ocean
Looking out across the water
Everything is beautiful
But I still donít feel like I oughta
Things we wanted, not so long ago
I got Ďem all now, babe
But I ainít got you no more
Still I remember
The way you held me
And all the sweet things you used to say
When we were two young lovers
Dancing the night away
I remember everything
Dresses you used to wear
You were so light and graceful
You seem to float right through the air
And me I looked so funny dancing
But you loved me anyhow
Now I wish I could find somebody
To love me like that now
But I remember
The way you held me
And all the sweet things you used to say
When we were two young lovers
Dancing the night away

Standing beside of the ocean
Looking out across the bay
I should look for companionship
But it just gets in my way
Yeah, all the lights are flickering
Out along the shore
Well, I see people dancing there
But I just donít dance no more
Still I remember
They way you held me
And all the sweet things you used to say
When were two young lovers
Dancing the night away
Let me see you dance
Let me see you dance
Oh, baby, let me see you dance
I can still see you dance
I remember you dancing
Oh, baby, let me see you dance
Címon, let me see you dance

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2008-03-24