Let Her Dance

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Marshall Crenshaw

Marshall Howard Crenshaw (born November 11, 1953) is an American singer, songwriter and guitarist best known for his song "Someday, Someway", a top-40 hit in 1982. more »


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1989
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Well there she goes with a brand new love affair
Dancin' with him like she don't even care
Well let her dance with him
Let her dance all night long
Well, who would've known that just yesterday
She danced with me the very same way?
Well let her dance with him
Let her dance all night long

[Chorus]
Well let her dance with him all night long
Let her dance to our favorite song
Well let her dance with him 
Let her dance all night long

Well, I'll find me a new love
And then she'll see
Someone else will be dancing with me
Let her dance with him
Let her dance all night long

[Chorus: x2]

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Written by: BOBBY FULLER

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