boys made of cola
girls made of wine
in theory the two of them
can never intertwine
but the lowlands have no sympathy
for the laws of nature's ways
and so the scene was set for love
and the blending of their days

his soul as black as black can go
hers as red as the dawn
both of them so far away
away from their home

and you just came in dancing
you just came in dancing on your shoes

everytime they stepped into
a restaurant or bar
heads would turn and people would say
'you can tell they come from far'
their bed too small to hold one man
big enough for them
their love too large to fit between
its beginning and its end

I hope that you know that you just came in dancing
you just came in dancing on your shoes

but I loves, I loves, I loved you
I loved, I loved, I loved you
every day

you might call it failure
but me I just don't know
who to thank for all of this
for the highs, the mids and the lows


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