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    Twirling in the night air
    I never thought it'd last
    The card was drawn the joker
    I almost had to laugh
    With a will and nerves of granite
    I guess I can't complain
    Thought I wanted both worlds
    Still I'm happy on this train
    My soul is always with her
    But I don't need a home
    I don't sleep
    I can't eat
    I'm fine alone

    [Chorus]
    Jeannie was a dancer
    She lived on Hamden Row
    I wanted to take her with me
    But Jeannie she said no

    A beautiful woman with looks that would last
    I almost faltered almost strayed from my path
    But I just couldn't move from uranium groove
    So I gave her the choice to follow my move
    She had her own path she needed to dance
    A perfect ballerina who could and who can't
    Not to ask twice that was my vice
    But don't you understand it was a wife or a life?

    [Chorus]

    I sit on this wheel of knowledge
    Thinking of all the women that have been in my life
    Just one stands out
    Maybe I took it too far
    Proposing marriage is a very big step you know
    But it really doesn't matter now, now does it?
    I just wanted someone along for the ride
    So I didn't have to ride alone
    But she looked at me said baby, baby
    I have a ride of my own
    And her blue eyes
    I saw them turning away
    In the swirl of a fandango
    I fell down to my knees
    I cried
    Why is it that I didn't know?

    [Chorus]

    A beautiful woman with looks that would last
    I almost faltered almost strayed from my path
    But I just couldn't move from uranium groove
    So I gave her the choice to follow my move
    She had her own path she needed to dance
    A perfect ballerina who could and who can't
    Not to ask twice that was my vice
    But don't you understand it was a wife or a life?
    This song was submitted on October 2nd, 2012 and last modified on November 28th, 2016.
    Copyright with Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group.
    Written by K. D. Lang, Tadeusz Borowiecki.
    Lyrics licensed by LyricFind.

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