„And we danced;
Out there on that empty hardwood floor.
The chairs up and the lights turned way down low
The music played, we held each other close.
And we danced.Like no one else had ever danced before.
I can't explain what happened on that floor.
But the music played,
We held each other close,
And we danced.
Yeah, we danced.“

We Danced, written by Brad Paisley and Chris DuBois.
Song lyrics, Who Needs Pictures (1999)

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