Josh Turner - Why Don't We Just Dance Lyrics

from:  Haywire

Baby why don't we just turn that TV off?
315 channels of nothing but bad news on
Well it might be me
But the way I see it
The whole wide world has gone crazy.
So baby why don't we just dance?

Just a little bitty living room ain't gonna look like much.
But when the lights go down and we move the couch
It's gonna be more than enough
For my two left feet
And our two hearts beatin'
Nobody's gonna see us go crazy.
So baby why don't we just dance
Down the hall
Maybe straight up the stairs?
Bouncing off the wall
Floating on air
Baby why don't we just dance?

Baby why don't you go put your best dress on
And those high heeled shoes you love to lose
As soon as the tunes come on?
On second thought
Just the way you are
Is already driving me crazy.
So baby why don't we just dance
Down the hall
Maybe straight up the stairs?
Bouncing off the wall
Floating on air
Baby why don't we just dance?

I'll cut a rug

Well it might be me
But the way I see it
The whole wide world has gone crazy.
So baby why don't we just dance
(Bouncing off the walls floating on air)
Oh baby (baby) why don't we just dance

Song details

"Why Don't We Just Dance" is a song written by Jim Beavers, Jonathan Singleton, and Darrell Brown, and recorded by American country artist Josh Turner. It was released in August 2009 as the lead-off single to his fourth studio album, Haywire, which was released on February 9, 2010.

"Why Don't We Just Dance" debuted at #57 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for the week of September 5, 2009. On the week ending November 28, 2009, it also debuted at #99 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. In January 2010, it became his first Top 10 single since "Firecracker" reached #2 in 2007. On the chart week of February 20, 2010, it became his third Number One song and his first since "Would You Go with Me" in October 2006. It also debuted at #97 on the Canadian Hot 100 chart for the week of February 20, 2010. In June 2010, the single was his fourth to be certified Gold by the RIAA.

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