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Song Parodies -> "I Do Not Feel Like Dancing"

Original Song Title:

"You Make Me Feel like Dancing"

Original Performer:

Leo Sayer

Parody Song Title:

"I Do Not Feel Like Dancing"

Parody Written by:

John A. Barry

The Lyrics

I am pretty good at walking;
I do it effortlessly.
Those bottom digits do the stalking;
what’s best: Nobody has to lead!
One foot, next foot—just go;
I’ve always done it just so.

I do not feel like dancing, and so I will not dance today.
I do not feel like dancing, nor at night…won’t dance either way.

It’s not that I find dance boring,
but it is just not where I want to go.
My feet ain’t light; I take no delight
in sashaying across the floor.
Therefore Terpsichore,
I’m afraid, ain’t the chick for me.

I do not feel like dancing, I am very sorry to say.
I do not feel like dancing, not at night or during the day.

No thank you….

That’s all I’ve got to say.
Dancing answer: No way!

I do not feel like dancing; dancing is not my play….

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Jonathan - June 09, 2020 - Report this comment
I won't dance, don't ask me. 5s.

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