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Written by Lucinda Williams

Gurf Morlix guitar
John Ciambotti bass guitar
Donald Lindley drums
Ray Kennedy 12 string guitar
Greg Leisz 12 string guitar
Roy Bittan organ
Buddy Miller acoustic guitar
Jim Lauderdale harmony vocals

Not a day goes by I don't think about you
You left your mark on me it's permanent a tattoo
Pierce the skin and the blood runs through
Oh my baby
The way you move it's right in time
The way you move it's right in time
It's right in time with me
I stand over the stove in the kitchen
Watch the water boil and I listen
Turn off the television
Oh my baby
The way you move it's right in time
The way you move it's right in time
It's right in time with me

Solo

I take off my watch and my earrings
My bracelets and everything
Lie on my back and moan at the ceiling
Oh my baby
Think about you and that long ride
I bite my nails I get weak inside
Reach over and turn off the light
Oh my baby
The way you move it's right in time
The way you move it's right in time
It's right in time with me
The way you move it's right in time
The way you move it's right in time
It's right in time with me

From Lucinda Williams "Car Wheels On A Gravel Road"
Mercury Records 1998
Warner Tamerlane Publishing Company/Lucy Jones Music
Nomad-Noman Music(Bmi)



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