Dance dance lyrics by fall out boy

Dance dance lyrics by fall out boy
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Dance dance lyrics by fall out boy

Dance, Dance” details a teenager’s obsession with a particular girl and his desperation to do anything to sleep with her. It follows his obsession from his awkward initial attraction to a chance meeting with her at a school dance wherein he presumably gets to dance with her.

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dance dance
She says she’s no good with words, but I’m worseBarely stuttered out a joke of a romantic stuck to my tongueWeighed down with words too overdramaticTonight it’s it can’t get much worseVersus no one should ever feel like
I’m two quarters and a heart downAnd I don’t want to forget how your voice soundsThese words are all I have so I write themSo you need them just to get by
Dance, danceWe’re falling apart to halftimeDance, danceAnd these are the lives you love to leadDance, this is the way they’d loveIf they knew how misery loved me
You always fold just before you’re found outDrink up it’s last call last resortBut only the first mistake and I
I’m two quarters and a heart downAnd I don’t want to forget how your voice soundsThese words are all I have so I write them So you need them just to get by
Why don’t you show me a little bit of spineYou’ve been saving for his mattress, love?
Dance, danceWe’re falling apart to halftimeDance, danceAnd these are the lives you love to leadDance, this is the way they’d love if they knew how misery loved me
Why don’t you show me a little bit of spineYou’ve been saving for his mattress? (Mattress, mattress)I only want sympathy in the form of you crawling into bed with me
Dance, danceWe’re falling apart to halftimeDance, danceAnd these are the lives you love to lead
Dance this is the way they’d love (way they’d love)Dance this is the way they’d love (way they’d love)Dance this is the way they’d love if they knew how misery loved me
Dance, danceDance, danceDance, danceDance, dance