Who Sang Dance? James Taylor

James Taylor One Man Dog cover art

Some other versions of "Dance"
Credits
publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Matthew Robert Taylor
release date: 1972-11
genres: Rock Blues Folk, World, & Country
styles: Soft Rock/Folk Rock
length: 2:07
Come on, baby, while the moon is high
Kick up your heels and dance
Don't be nervous, don't be shy
And give yourself a chance
You can dance
Kick off your shoes and lose your blues
Pick em up, Lord, put em back down
And around, and around, and around, and around.

Come on, baby, it must be fun
To be dancin' in the clear moonlight
Otherwise, would everyone be out on
Such a cold and windy night?
We can dance.
Throw yourself away
Holy month of may
You can dance.

Listen to the music of the steel guitar
Don't it sound good
Hey now, nobody here tonight came to look at you,
No, no, no
Well I bet you five dollars that somebody starts a fire
Back in the woods, hey now
Everybody here tonight came to boogie
Have a good time, too

Come on, baby, while the moon is high
Kick up your heels and dance
Don't be nervous, don't be shy
And give yourself a chance
You can dance
Kick off your shoes and lose your blues
Pick em up, Lord, put em back down
And around, and around, and around, and around
If I could lose my mind
If I could throw myself away.



Tracklist
12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 One Man Parade
  • 2 Nobody But You
  • 3 Chili Dog
  • 4 Fool for You
  • 5 Instrumental I
  • 6 New Tune
  • 7 Back on the Street Again
  • 8 Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight
  • 9 Woh, Don't You Know
  • 10 One Morning in May
  • 11 Instrumental II
  • 12 Someone
  • 13 Hymn
  • 14 Fanfare
  • 15 Little David
  • 16 Mescalito
  • 17 Dance
  • 18 Jig

  • Album Information
    label: Warner Bros. Records
    country(area): Canada
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin