Do You Wanna Dance
Del Shannon Lyrics


Do you want to dance and hold my hand
Tell me baby I'm your lover man
Oh baby do you want to dance?

Do you want to dance under the moonlight
Hold me baby all through the night
Oh baby
Do you want to dance?
Do you, do you, do you
Do you want to dance
Do you, do you, do you
Do you want to dance
Do you, do you, do you
Do you want to dance?

Do you want to dance under the moonlight
Squeeze me baby all through the night
Oh baby
Do you want to dance?

Do you want to dance under the moonlight
Squeeze me, squeeze me all through the night
Oh baby
Do you want to dance?
Do you, do you, do you
Do you want to dance
Do you, do you, do you
Do you want to dance
Do you, do you, do you
Do you want to dance?

Do you, do you, do you
Do you want to dance
Do you, do you, do you
Do you want to dance
Do you, do you, do you
Do you want to dance

Do you, do you, do you
Do you want to dance
Do you, do you, do you
Do you want to dance
Do you, do you, do you
Do you want to dance

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Where did my other account go?

I've always thought the Beach Boys version was the best. and I can see alot of their version in this release from Del Shannon. I'm sure, Brian Wilson was influenced by this.

T-Bus

Who the hell did that amazing harmony on this track?

Bronson M.

max crook

Petemonster62

The early 1960s did have Rock 'n Roll innovators - Del Shannon & Max Crook's Musictron!

Louie Witoski

Del Shannon - Do You Wanna Dance. First recorded by Bobby Freeman in 1958. It was also recorded by The Beach Boys in 1965. Del Shannon had his version released in the fall of 1964.

LicMegags

And later, the best version ever, by The Ramones.

Nick

Out of phase with a headset, my god!

naurata ei yhtään

del shannon is the shit. i can't believe how good he was. rest in peace, the king of 60s pop.

Ken Hatchett

This was the first version I heard of this great classic and still believe it’s the best.

Tom Gerlofsma

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