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The Vamps: Can We Dance Meaning

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Song Released: 2013


Can We Dance Lyrics

I talk a lot of (shh) when I'm drinking, baby,
I'm known to go a little too fast.
Don't mind all my friends, I know they're all crazy,
But they're the only friends that I have.
I know I don't know you,
But I'd like to skip the small talk and...

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    anonymous
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    Feb 10th, 2015 2:19am report


    hmmm more likely she got a girl but the perfect ending screw u by his friend and he end up drinking and talk nonsense. she hooked by this girl in the club but at the same time he just want to go to the door's girl she loved. quite complicated though....



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    anonymous
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    Aug 5th, 2014 8:35pm report


    It's basically about when you meet a girl at a party and all the flirtation, and you start falling in love with her. She caught your eye, probably becuase she's beautiful, and you just want to dance with her and make her feel the same for you. And in this case, you had too much to drink, so you talk nonsense and rude things, and you're going too fast, but she wants to take it slow. So she gets upset with this behavior and you don't know if you should just leave or stay, because she might actually like you.
    That's what I think. :)




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