Dance With Me
Dance with me in three quarter time.
Dance me around the room.
When we are moving in time to the beat
I remember our dance as a groom.
My feet were so stiff, my body unsure
But, you kept me moving along.
Slowly through years we danced some more
And the waltz became our song.
We were together, you light as a feather
As I learned how to lead.
We never would miss our chance to dance
A waltz would fill our need.
To move as one and keep the feel
And wish that it could last.
I still hear a waltz in three quarter time
Even though it’s part of our past.
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