The Bee Gees: You Should Be Dancing Meaning
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Song Released: 1976
Covered By: Glee Cast
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anonymous Jan 3rd, 1:15pm report
Laying on your back is a metaphor for doing nothing. The song is asking people why do nothing when you could be enjoying yourself dancing.
anonymous Dec 5th, 12:21am report
It could possibly be about man that has a wife and she is always working, so the man tells her to basically dance and let all the work of the day fade away.
anonymous Feb 4th, 2018 2:42am report
I think that she's on her back fucking and she should be on top riding him dancing on his dick
anonymous Oct 24th, 2014 10:00pm report
Great Song! A classic. These lyrics lead me to believe the song is about a Man possibly singing about a Prostitute. Since he mentions she works from at night until dawn. Then he asks on the Chorus...
What you doing on your back? You should be dancing
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