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    I've heard this song on an episode of the 1 season TV show, Hope Island, that used to air on PAX TV 1999-2000, I've always liked it, but no idea what it's called or who does it. Maybe someone on here can help me. There are the lyrics I hear when I watch that small segment. Correct or not, who knows, that's what I hear. The episode was about some of the people taking swing dancing lessons. The song starts out with a male or band singing.
    Thanks for the help!!!

    Savin up my money for most of the week
    take my gal dancing we go cheek to cheek
    few guys can bust'em in my front door
    we're gonna go out rockin like the week before
    I'm takin her out fellas, get out of here
    gonna rock, rock, let's rock tonight

    After this verse, a woman starts to sing.
    We've got things to do people to meet...
    Last edited by Joshrzmeup; 08-28-2006, 03:17 PM.
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