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Eastmountainsouth — You Dance
Album: eastmountainsouth
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Released: 2003
Length: 3:50
Plays (last 30 days): 0
I won't face another day
I won't wait until tomorrow
I won't spend another night without you
let me carry you away
let me wake you every morning
let me wander every day beside you

'cause you dance in my head, in my heart, in my everything
you belong

you won't worry 'bout a thing
you can sleep a little longer
you can dream another dream beside me
I could walk another road
I could sing another sad song
but I could never make it home without you

'cause you dance in my head, in my heart, in my everything
you belong

'cause you dance in my head, in my heart, in my hands........
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A nice love song.
Then you have regrets. Speaking from personal experience, of course.
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Sounds like it was more richly produced again? Love this song.
Wow, certainly looks like this one had a pretty long hiatus...glad Bill brought it back out.  It's new to me, and I'm enjoying it.  
 KALINEVE wrote:
Love this. Romantic, dreamy, angry, powerful, beautiful, sad, happy. Music and lyrics.
 
Totally agree.  I want to hear this song more often...

Definitely not one of the best songs on this album. It makes me yawn as well.
KALINEVE wrote:
Love this. Romantic, dreamy, angry, powerful, beautiful, sad, happy. Music and lyrics.
You forgot pensively realistic
Somewhat reminiscent of Deacon Blue? Dave
I've heard 4 songs from this album on RP, so far... Everyone, I thought, was good enough for considering buying the cd... I think I might not have a choice now... :jump:
:yawn:
Love this. Romantic, dreamy, angry, powerful, beautiful, sad, happy. Music and lyrics.
This is the first time I've heard this here and the only reason I recognize this song is because Starz have been using it with the Starz movie commercial. I like the way this song adds character to the commercial.
pst wrote:
Yeah, ok, so it's overproduced and isn't important. It's still a damn pleasant song. I'd be happy to hear it as long as it's not insanely overplayed (not likely to happen on RP but who knows what the idiots elsewhere grab onto).
Agreed. Seems Bill has given it a rest, which makes it fresh as I hear it for the first time today. Very pleasant indeed.
It would sell Nike sneakers for racketball to middle age women :puke: .
Yeah, ok, so it's overproduced and isn't important. It's still a damn pleasant song. I'd be happy to hear it as long as it's not insanely overplayed (not likely to happen on RP but who knows what the idiots elsewhere grab onto).
Agree with most of the posters thus far: Zzzzzzzzzz.
Yes, I agree with the Chicagoland Music Freak--lots of recent play, but good music. This one sounds kinda like Peter Gabriel meets Indigo Girls. Maybe a bit overproduced? Good stuff, though--
these guys have been getting a lot of aire play the last few days. at first i didn\'t see the fascination RP has with them, but the more i listen, the more the harmonies and vibe are seeping into me. i have to admit, i like them. :)
so far I\'m digging everything on this album. sfe
Dull
i like this - I keep getting tricked into thinking it\'s patty griffin and a guy.. and I love the band name.
not so good. throw this one back. reminds me of something "safe" to play on the radio station that they always have on at the dentist's office. and by "safe" i mean "boring". :moon: