I WILL DANCE
They tell me David danced, though he was a king
They tell me David sang, as loud as he could sing
When Pharaoh's mighty army, perished in the sea
Miriam took a tambourine, and danced, my Lord, for thee!
And when the wayward son, lost within his sin
Came trudging wearily home, his father took him in
He slew the fattened calf, a feast that some would envy
Within the house there was much joy, they danced, not one, but many!
So when they tell me Jesus, I should be restrained
And I feel this awesome tugging, pulling on my brain
I'll warn them very quickly, you must clear the way
The Holy Ghost has hit me, and I will dance today!
© Jay L. Zumbrum
In Jesus Precious Name
And for His Glory