Dance Me In


Dance Me In
"Dance Me In"
Single by Sons and Daughters
Released 2005
Label Domino Recordings

"Dance Me In" is the first single released by Sons and Daughters published by Domino Recordings on 23 May 2005 on Enhanced CD and two version on 7" format. "Dance Me In" reached number 40 in the UK charts on its first week of release.

Contents

Track listing

CD single

  1. "Dance Me In (single version)"
  2. "Come In Out Of The Rain"
  3. "Blood (new version)"
  4. "Dance Me In (video)"

7" 1

  1. "Dance Me In (single version)"
  2. "Drunk Medicine"

7" 2

  1. Dance Me In (album version)"
  2. Poor Company (early demo)"



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