Dancing in the Breeze

by Judy Daigle

Genre: Singer-Songwriter

Lyrics

We settled ourselves in a small town.
We had barely enough to get by.
You worked and you tried hard to provide.
We were rich in things money can’t buy.
In the evenings when the chores were through
on the porch we’d catch up on the day.
Then you would stand and reach out your hand
“Could I have this one? ” you’d say. And

The moon and the stars would shine down their light.
The nightingale sang from the trees.
We would dance there in the night
holding each other in the breeze.
Just you and I dancing in the breeze.

Summers seemed to go on forever.
Heat and dust as far as you could see.
The pond was our pool. The water was cool
with a rope to swing out from the tree.
Some nights our friends would head to town
to forget about life for awhile.
As the bar band played, they drank and swayed
but we had the best band for miles. And

The moon and the stars would shine down their light.
The nightingale sang from the trees.
We would dance there in the night
holding each other in the breeze.
Just you and I dancing in the breeze.

Though we’re getting on in years
there’s still one thing that we hold dear.
and each night we still head outside
where…

The moon and the stars shine down their light.
The nightingale sings from the trees.
We dance there in the night
holding each other in the breeze.
Just you and I dancing in the breeze.
Holding each other in the breeze.
Just you and I dancing in the breeze.

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