One foot! One foot!
It’s called a samba, the foot dance.
A samba is like dancing all over my legs,
On my toes, on my soles,
Up my legs; and then I do it again.
I say the dance is samba,
Because it’s a little thing to me;
And because I see other people doing it,
And they dance too. Sometimes I just stand there dancing on the outside like a child.
Oh, when you have that, it’s a lot.
But it’s really no use.
I’m a very stubborn person;
I don’t really want to change anyone’s mind.
I don’t want you to tell me it was wrong.
I’m still going to be the old me.
You don’t want to be old.
I don’t want to be old.
When I’m old;
All the old people around me will die.
It’s a terrible thing.
It’s terrible and very, very, very wrong.
It’s very sad what it would be.
What you see is what you really see;
And there are people who love to be young;
People who love to dance;
People who adore each other;
People who are young and happy.
Why I like the dance.
When I’m dancing;
My feet start to move in a strange fashion.
And my hips are very stiff and my legs are very weak.
And I always say the dance is samba;
Because I see other people doing it and I don’t.
Oh, how I love this dance.
It’s all wrong and terribly, terribly wrong;
And I know that if I don’t stop it I’ll die;
And if I stop it, I’ll never grow up.
I never want to die.
I don’t want to grow up.
I’m a very stubborn girl.
I just like the dance.
I love dancing.
I love it very much.
I’m not a very nice person.
They’re very mean children.
I hate them.
I love them very much.
Oh, I love the way they laugh.
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