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Love thy Self and dance in the moonlight ’til you fall

August 27, 2010

“You have been told to love your neighbor, but you have never loved yourself.

And the person that has not loved himself- how can he love his neighbor? Where can he get love from?

First you have to have it. You are loving the neighbor who knows nothing of love, because you have never loved yourself.

The neighbor is loving you- he has never loved himself.

Such insanity is happening in the world:  People are loving each other who know nothing of love.”

Hm, ’bout time we started to change that. Love yourself, show me what I can love about you- and sooner or later, almost inevitably another can love you for it. But it’s pretty hard for another to love you when you don’t love yourself.

So turn up the volume, turn off the light and dance ’til you fall. Good way to start. Draw the curtains if you must, but dance. Pretty soon you’ll have an entire crowd dancing with you ’cause you share, unafraid of those who’d like to keep you from dancing because their own issues are weighing too heavy on them to dance.

Nobody really knows
Where they’re supposed to go
Hiding behind a wall
Afraid that they’ll lose it all
But it’s alright
Just follow the light
And don’t be afraid of the dark
In the moonlight
You’ll dance till you fall
And always be here in my heart
But nobody wants to know
‘Cos nobody even cares
Everyone’s on the make
Yeah and everyone’s out for themselves
Me I’m on the longest road
Where everything’s overload
But I’ve got my heart and soul
So don’t throw me overboard
‘Cos it’s alright
Just follow the light
And don’t be afraid of the dark
In the moonlight
You’ll dance till you fall
And always be here in my heart
‘Cos it’s alright
Just follow the light
And don’t be afraid of the dark
In the moonlight
You’ll dance till you fall
And always be here in my heart
‘Cos it’s alright, alright now
And you’re alright
Yeah we’re alright now

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