"Married I Can Always Get [From Manhattan Tower]" as written by and Gordon Jenkins....
I wanna dance
Until the darkest heavens turn gray
Until the dawn strolls in with the day

Then I'll say
Don't let the band get away
But matrimony
I'm not ready yet
Married I can always get

It's not for me
With all it's smug convivial joy
That ever constant smashing a toys
Wrecks your poise
While hubby is out with the boys

No wedding gown
For this silhouette
Married I can always get

I'll live the life that I'm used to
I'll get a ring when I choose to
Because by now I have found
That the nicest rings are on a merry-go-'round

I'll be blasse
With any man who's motives are base
I'll keep each wiley wolf in his place
'Til the chase finally ends in embrace

But as for wedlock unlock me, my pet
Married I can always get

I'll go the way that the wind blows
Along the path that is primrose
I have my plan all rehearsed
I will kiss anybody will kiss me first

I'll take a cruise
Into a more adventurous clime
And if the captain's still in his prime
He will find
You don't have to sail all the time

I wanna stick to romantic roulette
Married I can always get


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"Married I Can Always Get [*]" as written by Gordon Jenkins

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