Audrey Hall "One Dance Won't Do" Lyrics

by DRW
(Jamaica)

Audrey Hall

Audrey Hall

one dance, one dance, just won't do

one dance, one dance, just won't do

you think one will do
then I'll go home with you
you're crazy
It takes much more you see
just to go out with me
you're crazy
That man standing in your way
he's my man and he don't play
No no he don't play
I just wanted to see what he would do
if I dance with another man
I was flirting with you
just to see what he would do

I let you hold me tight
squeeze me with all your might while dancing
I didn't know my touch turned you on so much while dancing

That man standing in your way
he's my man and he don't play
No no he don't play
I just wanted to see what he would do
if I dance with another man
I was flirting with you
just to see what he would do

I've got to go out now
but I think I know how you're feeling
I'd like to stay a while
just to console your pride your feeling
but that man standing in your way
he's my man and he don't play.....
No he dont play
I just wanted to see what he would do
if I dance with another man
I was flirting with you
just to see what he would doone dance just won't do"
Ooooo...oooooo..oooeeee
one dance just wont do!!

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