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  1. You Dance

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Words & Music Jeff Smith
Jeff Smith - Guitars, Vocal
John Werntz - bass
Marcy Cochran - fiddle
Sherry Stewart - mandolin back up vocal
Ron Goad - percussion

Recorded and mixed by Alex Van Woert
at Bias Recording Studios, Springfield VA
Produced and arranged by Jeff Smith

Lyrics

You Dance

My father was a stand up joking man
And my mother was a dancin' girl
Together they raised the family
With stories and songs from the stage
We never had a lot of money
And I remember some starvin' times
But when your father is funny
Your mother teaches you to dance

So you dance just like you are free
You dance just like it should be

We lived on the road with stranger and friends
It was a drummer who taught me to play
And when he left the show
I got the job of pounding out the beat for the girls
My sisters all took to dancing
Except for Jenny who learned to sing
Working cabarets and nightclubs
She says it's all about the same

So you dance just like you are free
You dance just like it should be

My father always told me to stay away
From any man who couldn't take a joke
My mother always told to stay away
From the girls that would not dance
And when I met you deep down in the blues
I wanted to sing you a song
But all aI could do was a soft shoe shuffle
When you started to sing and dance

So you dance just like you are free
You dance just like it should be