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DANCE LITTLE LADY (Noel Coward) Michael Law Also recorded by: Ambrose & his Orchestra, Ian Bostridge, Noel Coward, Fred Elizalde, Lewis Flander, Hildegarde, Piccadilly Dance Orchestra. ‘Tho’ you’re only seventeen, Far too much of life you’ve seen, Syncopated child. Maybe if you only knew Where your path is leading to You’d become less wild But I know it’s vain Trying to explain While there’s this insane Music in your brain Dance, dance, dance little lady Youth is pleasing to the rhythm Beating in your mind Dance, dance, dance little lady So obsessed with second best No rest you’ll ever find Time and tide and trouble Never, never wait Let the cauldron bubble Justify your fate Dance, dance, dance little lady Dance, dance, dance little lady Leave tomorrow behind. (Musical Break) Time and tide and trouble Never, never wait Let the cauldron bubble Justify your fate Dance, dance, dance little lady Dance, dance, dance little lady Leave tomorrow behind. (Contributed by Bill Huntley - December 2006)

    


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