I should be dancing?

I should be dancing?

“I went to a disco in ‘Frisco,

the music was pumping and loud;

I wore my white Travolta suit;

like a peacock, I was strutting and proud;

and then I started dancing,

my two left feet took the floor,

but half way through Night Fever,

a bouncer showed me the door.

I stood outside in a quandary,

‘I should be dancing’ I thought;

but I was never a dancing queen,

and my lessons had come to nought.

I walked away from the disco,

white suit had led me astray;

I would go back to the day job,

because I was born that way.”

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