May I Have This Dance

May I Have This Dance

May I Have This Dance – Are We Dancing? is one of the singles from High School Musical 3: Senior Year and the fourth song heard in the film and on the soundtrack. This song was sung in the movie by Troy Bolton & Gabriella Montez.

This song is set in the rooftop garden from the first movie. In the movie, the song explains that Troy & Gabriella try to spend every moment together before they graduate. Shortly after the dance and twirl around the park, the sprinkler was turned on and the two twirl drenched. The song is a Hollywood inspired musical number.

May I Have This Dance

May I Have This Dance

The second time this song is heard is when Troy drives all the way to Stanford and thus misses the prom just to see Gabriella (Can I Have This Dance? (Reprise)). He said he wasn’t ready to say goodbye yet so the two had their own prom at Stanford. They dance around the university and end it with a kiss. This was enough to convince Gabriella to return to East High.

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A Night to Remember – Just Wanna Be With You – The Boy Is Back – Walk Away – Scream –

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It seems that everything that Francis Farewell Starlite, the head of the “Francis and the Lights” project, touches turns to gold. Since the beginning of his career, he has made huge waves in the music community. He has toured with major artists such as Drake and MGMT, and has collaborated with other big names such as Bon Iver, Kanye West and, most notably, Chance the Rapper. Francis and the Lights seem unstoppable, and the project’s latest release, “May I Have This Dance (Remix),” does nothing but add to the building momentum Starlite has created for Francis and the Lights.

In the ground we planted the seeds of the pear tree All the things we carried Now we stood on the bear’s feet

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This opening verse, though simple and peaceful, immediately builds and brings the listener into a big, pulsating chorus.

Are We Dancing? To make it up to you Can I say something crazy? I love you Give me both your hands To make up for it Let me spin and tease you

The form of the song remains the same, as the next verse comes in, as simple as the first, bringing the listener back to the same pulsating chorus. This back and forth takes the listener on a journey. Although to be honest, the lyrics are unclear, and it almost sounds like Starlite himself is speaking directly to the listener. This makes the listener fall in love with Starlite as she unravels her story, just as Starlite has fallen in love with whoever she wrote this song for. The warmth of this song is getting stronger with Chance’s verse input.

May I Have This Dance

As before, the instrumentation dies down with a new verse. As the chorus finishes, a simple chord plays on the piano over the echo, and Chance begins rapping to his daughter:

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You got your mother’s eye. You got your grandmother’s ring. You get your dad’s rating Girl, you do your thing

From this point, as the song has used the same pattern, the tension begins to build. While listeners expect the chorus to start again, Chance continues to rap, and the instrumentation remains simple.

Oh give me more One, two, one two, always to the beat You must have been born with two right feet I know you’ve been looking for something tangible

Chance continued the line again, only adding to the tension behind him as he tapped right into his daughter –

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The listener easily gets lost in the song. With the use of “you” it’s easy for the listener to feel like Starlite and Chance are singing/rapping directly to them. This “you” also makes it easier for listeners to relate to the song, as any person can be assigned the “you” that Starlite is singing about.

Although the song is simple, it is honest and evokes a sense of intimacy that few artists can create when writing and performing.

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