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Dancing Away With my Heart by Lady Antebellum will be sung in Regionals, the 22nd and final episode of Season 2. It will be sung by Alissa and Roderick as the final song on the setlist for The Talented New Yorkers, with solos by Alissa and Roderick, with Quinn, Angelina, Santana, and Kurt harmonizing with The Talented New Yorkers.

Lyrics Edit

Roderick:
I finally asked you to dance
On the last slow song
Beneath that moon that was really a disco ball

Alissa:
I can still feel my head on your shoulder
And hoping that song would never be over

Roderick and Alissa:
I haven't seen you in ages
Sometimes I find myself
Wondering where you are
For me you'll always be 18
And beautiful and dancin' away with my heart

Roderick:
I brushed your curls back so I could see your eyes

Alissa:
And the way you moved me was like you were reading my mind

Roderick and Alissa:
I can still feel you lean into kiss me
I can't help but wonder if you ever miss me

I haven't seen you in ages (The Talented New Yorkers: Oooh)
Sometimes I find myself
Wondering where you are
For me you'll always be 18
And beautiful and dancin' away with my heart

Roderick:
You headed off to college
At the end of that summer and we lost touch

Roderick and Alissa:
I guess I didn't realize even at that moment we lost so much

Alissa:
I haven't seen you in ages

Roderick and Alissa:
Sometimes I find myself
Wondering where you are
For me you'll always be 18
And beautiful and dancin' away with my heart

The Talented New Yorkers:
Nah nah nah
Nah nah nah
Nah nah nah

Roderick and Alissa:
Away with My Heart

The Talented New Yorkers:
Nah nah nah
Nah nah nah
Nah nah nah

Videos Edit

Lady Antebellum - Dancin' Away With My Heart03:55

Lady Antebellum - Dancin' Away With My Heart

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