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Alabama performs "Touch Me When We're Dancing"

"Touch Me When We're Dancing" is a song written by Terry Skinner, J. L. Wallace and Ken Bell. Skinner and Wallace headed the Muscle Shoals, Alabama session group Bama, who first recorded this song and released it as a single in 1979 reaching number 42 on the Billboard Easy Listening chart and number 86 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song was later recorded by The Carpenters in 1981 for their Made in America album. In 1984, it was recorded by country music artists Mickey Gilley and Charly McClain for their 1984 duet album It Takes Believers and in 1986 by the country music group Alabama.

 

Alabama - Touch Me When We're Dancing lyrics

 

Play us a song we can slow dance

On we want to hold each other

Play us a groove so we hardly move

Just let our hearts be together

Oh baby 'cause it feels so good

When we're close like this

Whisper in my ear

And let me steal a kiss

Come on touch me when we're dancing

You know you've got that lovin' touch

Oh touch me when we're dancing

I want to feel you when I'm fallin' in love

Tonight's the night and it feels so right

What my heart's saying to me

You're the one and I've waited so long

So let your love flow through me

Oh baby 'cause it feels so good

We can be this close

You've got me up so high

I could fly coast to coast

Come on touch me when we're dancing

You know you've got that lovin' touch

Oh touch me when we're dancing

I want to feel you when I'm fallin' in love

Oh touch me when we're dancing

You know you've got that lovin' touch

Oh touch me when we're dancing

I want to feel you when I'm fallin'

Feel you when I'm fallin' in love

Touch me when we're dancing

You know you've got that lovin' touch

Touch me when we're dancing

I want to feel you when I'm fallin'

All day and all of the night

Touch me when we're dancing

I want to feel you when I'm fallin'

Feel you when I'm fallin' in love

Touch me when we're dancing

Touch me when we're romancing

Touch me when we're dancing


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