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DICKSON MSETI

Rookie - 0 Points (08/11/1984 / DAR ES SALAAM)

SWING! SWING!


Come on baby let's swing,
it's Sunday with bring bring,
feelings of o key, and refreshing,
twisting our body, and dancing.

just swing like this,
and swing like that.

forget your stress even once,
reduce your worries and dance,
gather your strength to break a fance,
come on baby it's our chance.

swing to avoid confusion,
swing to rebuild your brain,
swing for your creation,
just swing for your talent.

for a week your working,
with much concentration,
stop that for enjoying,
let's dance for the medicine.

i say swing swing swing
come on and swing swing

Submitted: Thursday, April 22, 2010

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