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One Last Dance
Let’s pretend that the world’s not ending,
That it’s not burning to the ground.
Let’s pretend that’s music we’re hear,
Not buildings exploding close by.
Let’s pretend that I’m not crying,
It’s just raindrops falling on my cheek.
Let’s pretend that it’s just us,
While we sway from side to side.
Let’s pretend that fireworks are exploding,
Those aren’t bombs raining debris,
Let’s pretend that we’re dancing on marble,
Not a bloodstained battleground.
Let’s pretend that we’re not lying,
When we make plans for next week,
Let’s pretend that we’ve got forever,
As you spin me across the floor.