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Sam Smith ft. Normani - Dancing With A Stranger



Dancing With A Stranger

I don’t want to be alone tonight
It’s pretty clear that I’m not over you
I’m still thinking ‘bout the things you do
So I don’t want to be alone tonight

Can you light the fire
I need somebody who can take control
I know exactly what I need to do
Cos I don’t want to be alone tonight, alone tonight, alone tonight

Look what you made me do
I’m with somebody new
Ooh, baby, baby I’m dancing with a stranger
Look what you made me do
I’m with somebody new
Ooh, baby, baby I’m dancing with a stranger
Dancing with a stranger

I wasn’t even going out tonight
But boy I need to get you off my mind
I know exactly what I have to do
I don’t want to be alone tonight, alone tonight, alone tonight

Look what you made me do
I’m with somebody new
Ooh, baby, baby I’m dancing with a stranger
Look what you made me do
I’m with somebody new
Ooh, baby, baby I’m dancing with a stranger
Dancing with a stranger
Dancing with a stranger
Dancing, yeah

Look what you made me do
I’m with somebody new
Ooh, baby, baby I’m dancing with a stranger
Look what you made me do
I’m with somebody new
Ooh, baby, baby I’m dancing with a stranger
Dancing with a stranger

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Comments

  1. The Duke has absolutely no development to the point where he
    doesn't even have a name. He hardly even gets screen time.

    So if he isn't the villain, who is? Well, in the last 15 minutes of the film, Anna's future husband, Prince Hans, is brought up to
    be the villain, specifying he wishes to rule a kingdom and he can't because of his 12 other siblings.
    This comes out of absolutely nowhere. There were no hints,
    no wicked glimpses, no sidebars or monologues, absolutely
    nothing. He even provides blankets and hot soup to every person in the kingdom of Airendale.
    Prince Hans even states, he will protect Airendale
    since Anna left him in charge and "will not be reluctant to secure Airendale from treason" when the Duke states he wants
    to take over. I can't stand it when they get so lazy regarding simply
    include a villain at the last couple of minutes because they could not actually raise a real villain. Prince Hans states that he wished to take control of and
    he was going to kill Elsa and all this other crap, but Elsa was almost to
    be killed and he conserved her life. Why would he conserve her
    life if he desired her dead? None of it made sense
    and it bugged me the whole motion picture.

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