Dancin And Prancin
Author: Don Fraser


All of the ladies want to dance
They won't even
Give me a chance
When the music plays
The gals come to me
As if their in a daize
We dance
And oh yeah!
We prance
I whirl this one around the floor
Just like I did
The gal before
They love it so much
I don't know why
But they say I have the touch
So all of you ladies come dance with me
It's true I will charge you a fee
You will dance on and on
You were so lucky
You danced with Don
So all you gals just line up
Just put the money
In ole Don's cup you had a thrill
That no
Others will
You have had the pleasure
You have danced with
The worlds treasure.


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