When I see the moon, I hear the sound of the strip
Just calling my name
Just calling my name
When I see the moon, I hear the sound of the strip
Just calling my name
Yeah, it's calling my name
Man, I love the feel
When I go out
Dancing with the women at the bar
Man I love the feel
When I go out
I always know my woman's close somewhere
My daddy saw the moon, heard the sound of the strip
Yeah, it called out his name
Yeah, it called out his name
My daddy saw the moon, and heard the sound of the strip
Yeah, it called out his name
And it called his son's name too
Man I love the feel
When I go out
Dancing with the women at the bar
Man I love the feel
When I go out
I always know my woman's close somewhere
Close somewhere
When you see the moon, hear the sound of the strip
Yeah, call out my name
Yeah, call out my name
And if you see the moon, or hear the sound of the strip
Yeah, call out my name
And call my friend's names too
Man, I love the feel
When I go out
Dancing with the women at the bar
Man I love the feel
When I go out
I always know my woman's close somewhere
Close somewhere


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Dancing with the Women at the Bar Lyrics as written by Ryan Adams

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  • +1
    General Comment

    It's about going out expecting to find 'the one' someday. He remembers how his dad met his wife while going out and dancing with the women at the bar, so he's expecting to meet his woman the same way. He thinks his friends will meet their women like that is well.

    I love the thought. It's a bit naive. Maybe that's why the song sounds a bit melancholic, he doesn't really believe it anymore and he wishes it could only be this simple, or that he could be only as naive to believe it again.

    Schinkenon October 15, 2010   Link
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    I've lived this song.

    iam-meon July 09, 2006   Link

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