“Dancing In Your Blue” – Jeremy Gloff

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-written by Jeremy Gloff
-appears on Now’s The Right Time To Feel Good (2006)
-various remixes appear on Dancing In Your Blue – The Remixes (2013)
-appears on Hurricane Lullabies: The Best Of Jeremy Gloff (2015)

You didn’t have the money to eat
But I loved my stars like you loved your concrete
I rarely notice stars anymore
‘Cause my city is bright
Memories in the country with you…

Chorus 1:
I still see you – you’re dancing in a circle
I still see you – you’re dancing in your blue

Spent years worried I was losing my hair
I didn’t care that I’ve been losing my mind
In the midst of a decade with no name
All the progress we’ve made
Nobody’s enslaved
And we keep missing them old days

Chorus 2:
I still see you – you’re dancing in a circle
I still see you – you smell like summertime
I still see you – you’re dancing in your blue

Never ran to New York
Like everyone who thinks their city’s too small
Never wrote a manifesto
‘Cause it wouldn’t change a thing
Never thought myself different
In a song that’s probably been written before
We’re all broken down and numbing up
And we only wanted love
Baby we’re all broken down and numbing up
And we only wanted love
Well honey I’m so easy to find
(So it’s time I stop lurking)

Lately it seems it’s not our time anymore
They don’t play our songs anymore
And sometimes life stops shining
Well I hope that you never stopped shining

Repeat Chorus

Would you say that you missed me baby?
Would you say would you say would you say
That you missed me?

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