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A DANCE - (by Side FX and Kim Cameron)  Year: 2011
Side FX and Kim Cameron Uptempo beats with a driving bass, female vocals and harmonies that go on forever. Female Vocals, Dance, Dance-Pop
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Dance, Dance-Pop
485617 3:37 Medium 128   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: A Dance
Catalog ID: 485617  ISRC: US5UL1136831
Description: Uptempo beats with a driving bass, female vocals and harmonies that go on forever.

Social Media Link: http://www.audiosparx.com/sa/archive/Dance/Dance-Pop/A-Dance/485617

Artist or Group: Side FX and Kim Cameron

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Keywords: fast paced synth roars and a dance vibe to cure any sadness.

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Dance Music
       Dance-Pop
Extended Properties
  Duration: 3:37   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 128
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Drum Machine, Organ, Synthesizer, Vocals
   Vocal Mix: Female Vocals
   Language: English
Album: The Blond Side
Moods: Alluring, Beautiful, Dreamy, Driving, Emotional, Energetic, Heated, Inspiring, Longing, Loving, Nostalgic, Passionate, Pleased, Sensual, Serious, Sexy, Soothing, Strong, Suggestive, Touching

Styles: Carnival Season, Dance / Night Club, Drama / 30-Something, Entertainment, Family / After School, Fashion Show, Gay & Lesbian, Romantic Comedy, Romantic Passion, Slow Motion

Lyrical Topics: Love, Men / Man, Longing, Feeling Good

Lyrics
It’s 10 o’clock, you said hello
With your hand, you swung me round
Butterflies in flight, drifting out of sight.

It was just you and me that night.

Chorus
We had a dance in a room full of strange smiles,
We had a Dance that will last for quite awhile
We had a Dance
We had a Dance, ooh, ooh


Back home I remember our night.
Want to replay one more time
Too many miles between
Wishing we were alone again
How many loves have lost?
How many soul mates forgot?
Think about our brief connection
Missing your full attention
Extended Keywords: The story begins and ends in Colorado. While on the road, I met two people. It was a cold night, snow flurries were blowing in the wind, and the bar was packed with ranchers, farmers, retail clerks, medical personnel and shop owners, all looking to escape a long week. In the corner, a favorite cover band was singing 80s and 90s rock songs, and drinks were flying off the table. I watched two strangers gradually wander closer, and closer, to each other over a period of two hours until finally, after two drinks, the man asks for a Dance. The next few hours (until closing time) were filled with light conversation, a few drinks, laughs and a few more memorable dances. And even though I saw magic on that dance floor, no emails were exchanged, no phone numbers were told, just a simple goodbye at the end of the night. I guess they both knew that extending their relationship would be more than challenging since both were leaving to pursue careers.

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