Deborah Berg

Deborah Berg

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Country - Americana | New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 471   
Member Since: 2009
   Last Login: 1/4/2021

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Song Description

This song about a mature couple who still loves each other, but for whom romance has diminished in the middle of a busy life together, leaving an empty place in the woman's heart. She reminisces about how they met, in the middle of the dance floor, how they used to share so much. Her husband is always the instigator, but this time, she asks the hopeful and loving question, "Will you meet me in the middle, where we can take care of each others hearts?"

Lyrics

I remember the first time I saw you
Those bright eyes were twinkling at me
You stepped up and said, "Let's go dancing"
A move that was meant to be

We floated across the dance floor
Your body so close to mine
You whispered softly to me,
"Your touch is familiar and fine"

And I wondered if you could tell
So quickly from the start
From the moment you led me out on the floor
I was already holding your heart

Say you'll meet me in the middle
When the music begins
Step out of the shadows to feel real love again

The stars must have all been aligned
When they shone down upon me and you
From then on, we went on together
But we hung up our dancing shoes

Tell me why would we ever close that door?
Never take another turn on the dance floor?
Someone's tired, raising kids, or working late
Little reasons that got in the way

Say you'll meet me in the middle
When the music begins
Step out of the shadows to feel real love again

I look at our family portrait
Your eyes are still velvety true
How, after all of these good times,
Could I let go of dancing with you?

Only love re-ignites the spark
Starry nights, stolen kisses in the dark
Love is why I will meet you in the middle
Where we take care of each other's hearts

So this time, I am the one who is asking
This time, it is my turn to start

Will you meet me -- meet me in the middle?
Will you meet me -- meet me in the middle?
Please darlin', meet me -- meet me in the middle
Where we take care of each other's hearts?

Say you'll meet me in the middle, when the music begins
Step out of the shadows, to feel real love again
Step out of the shadows, to feel real love again

Song Length
4:41
Genres
Folk - Americana, Country - Americana
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Composed, Cool

Subject Matter
Loving Marriage, You, Yours

Similar Artists
Emmylou Harris, Alison Krauss
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Melissa Nagy & Deborah Berg
Music Credits Melissa Nagy & Deborah Berg
Producer Credits Ken Rich, with Deborah Berg
Publisher Credits Bergamot Music
Performance Credits Deborah Berg, Charlie Giordano, Richard Hammond, Chris Tedesco