|Call me and I’ll swim across the ocean,
Ask and I would drink a poisoned potion,
Just smile and I will ever take a chance
To ask you if you'd love to have this dance.
Send me and I’ll climb the highest mountain,
Whisper and I’ll bring you Rome's sweet fountain,
I’d act the fool before the world and prance,
Just to take your hand that we might dance.
I’ll lie prostrate before the congregation
And spit upon the flag of my great nation,
I’d walk across the fires of romance,
To take your hand and hear you say, "let’s dance."
I’ll try to dance as lightly as a feather,
I'd look into your eyes as we're together,
Arousing me with just the faintest glance
And mould our hearts forever as we dance,
Just one long dance…
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