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  • Oh baby, all you wanna do is dance. Oh baby, I think you are lost in the seventies. Oh baby, "The music she ain't what she used to be." You don't understand what they're saying, You've given it every chance Oh baby, all you wanna do is dance. Well you wish you were back in the good old days, When tomatoes were cheaper, and you never heard the.
  • Turnstiles Billy Joel. All You Wanna Do Is Dance Lyrics. 4. New York State of Mind Lyrics. K Joel’s fourth album is a homecoming album of sorts: it marks his return to his beloved.
  • All You Wanna Do Is Dance Lyrics: Oh baby, you don't get turned on by the radio / Oh baby, you got nothing to play on your stereo / "Why don't The Beatles get back together?" / "Why don't nobody.
  • Feb 02,  · A great song from the Turnstiles album. I love this song - it pretty much sums up how I (and I think many others as well!) feel about modern day music. Billy Joel - All You Wanna Do Is Dance.
  • May 19,  · Turnstiles Release Date: May 19, Disc 1. Say Goodbye To Hollywood All You Wanna Do Is Dance ; New York State Of Mind ; James ; Prelude/Angry Young Man ; I've Loved These Days Now Playing: "Billy Joel: Ultimate Hits Playlist".
  • May 19,  · Oh, baby, all you wanna do is dance. Oh, baby I think you are lost in the seventies Oh, baby the music she ain’t what she used to be You don’t understand what they’re saying Givin’ it ev’ry chance Oh, baby, all you wanna do is dance. Well, you wish you were back in the good old days When tomatoes were cheaper And you never heard the.
  • The key to the record's success is variety, the way the album whips from the bouncy, McCartney-esque "All You Wanna Do Is Dance" to the saloon song "New York State of Mind"; the way the bitterly cynical "Angry Young Man" gives way to the beautiful "I've Loved These Days" and the surrealistic apocalyptic fantasy "Miami (Seen the Lights Go 9/