Do You Wanna Dance
The Mamas & the Papas Lyrics


Do you want to dance under the moon light
Squeeze me all through the night
Oh, baby, do you want to dance

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

Do you want to dance and make romance
C'mon pretty baby and take a chance
Hey, baby, 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 moon light
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 want to dance
(Do you want to dance)
Will you take a chance
(Do you want to dance)
Will hold my hand
(Do you want to dance)
And maybe let me be your lover man
(Do you want to dance)
Can I hold your hand
(Do you want to dance)
Let me be your lover man
(Do you want to dance)
Can I hold your hand
(Do you want to dance)

Lyrics © O/B/O APRA AMCOS
Written by: BOBBY FREEMAN

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Comments from YouTube:

D Rackley

Denny's voice is haunting. Beautiful song.

averagejoe1956

I agree, something about his voice on this song

MrKinglizzie

Yes, I wanna dance under the moon light because I never did that.

Watts

Mind-boggling vocal perfection. Especially Denny D.

Jet Hoppe

In the summer of 2013, I became aware of this genre called Sunshine Pop. I searched for songs within this genre and the first two I heard were The Zombies 'Care of Cell 44' and this cover by The Mamas and Papas. I fell in love with both songs instantly and the respective albums both tracks appear on subsequently. Cass and Michelle's vocals have an almost celestial quality on this ethereal interpretation. Dare I say that summer, I developed a "fan boy" crush on Michelle in her 60's heyday to the extent that I purchased a pair of white jeans and brown cowboy boots to replicate her image on the album cover of 'If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears'.

D Rackley

So haunting and beautiful.

J F

"Do you wanna dance and make romance? " gotta admit that I love that part.

Sandra Roarty

Love this version!

Cimarron Hopper

Sandra Roarty this is not an official version it was recorded at wrong speed the arrangments are much lighter

Louis O.

One of the greatest music intros I've ever heard. Knocks me out every time. 00:09 to 00:17

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