An American in Paris - Shall We Dance? Lyrics

Broadway Musical
An American in Paris the Musical - Shall We Dance?

Music and Lyrics by George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin.

Drop that long face
C'mon have your fling
Why keep nursing the blues?
If you want this whole world on a swing

Put on your dancing shoes
Stop wasting time
Put on your dancing shoes
Watch your spirits climb

Shall we dance or keep on moping?
Shall we dance or walk on air?
Shall we give in to despair
Or shall we dance with never a care

Life is short, we're getting older
Don't you be an also-ran
You better dance little lady
Dance little man, dance whenever you can

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Shall We Dance? Lyrics An American in Paris the musical

An American in Paris the Musical Lyrics

I Got Rhythm
I've Got Beginner's Luck
The Man I Love
'S Wonderful
Shall We Dance?
Who Cares?
For You, For Me, Forevermore
But Not for Me
I'll Build a Stairway to Paradise
They Can't Take That Away from Me