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You say the sweetest things and I
Can't keep my heart from singing along to the sound of your song
My stupid feet keep moving
to this 4/4 beat, I'm in time with you
Whoa, to this 4/4 beat I would die for you (die for you)

(Someone stop...


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    Jun 7th, 2014 6:11am report

    This is someone singing like a lovesong in the beginning and then the person they were singing it to steps in and says that yes they are dancing to this beat but he/she hates it, and they want the song to end.


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    May 2nd, 2011 5:26am report

    i think this is about trying not to fall in love with anybody /anyone even though she know in herself that she was inlove with


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    Jul 3rd, 2010 7:06am report

    This song is about trying not to fall in love. Instead of saying this straight out, they use the metaphor of trying not to sing along to a song... Hayley talks about it in this video... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kpbytkW1PwU&feature=related

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