I was born by the river, just like this river
I've been moving ever since
Ain't got nobody to call my own
You know I've been moving since the day I was born
Life is a game just made for fun
You know I don't love nobody
I don't love no one

Yes, I'm a mover, baby
Ooh yeah, yeah
Come on

Following the footsteps, one fine day
When I asked the wise man which was the way
He said, "Follow your heart and look for yourself
And come back and tell me what you have learned"

Yes, I'm a mover, baby
Mm, yeah, oh

Went back and told him, I found me a wife
Eleven children and a real good life
Told him of love and there's a happy home
But I need to return to that long winding road

Yes, I'm a mover, baby
Oh, can't stand still, oh
I gotta move on down, move on down

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I'm a Mover Lyrics as written by Paul Bernard Rodgers Andrew Mc Ian Fraser

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    Pretty straight forward. Here's a guy who likes to be free from everything.. however he finds happiness in the 'normal' way of life. He then returns to his original ways. cool concept.

    logikmtron December 16, 2005   Link
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    Where do you find these songs? I've bought every album and there are about 7 songs I cant find!

    Volganatoron November 29, 2010   Link

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