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Don Williams – Amanda lyrics
I've held it all inward Lord knows I've tried
It's an awful awakenin' in a country boy's life
To look in the mirror in total surprice
At the hair on your shoulders and the age in your eyes
Amanda (U) light of my life fate should have made you a gentleman's wife
Amanda (U) light of my life fate should have made you a gentleman's wife

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There's a measure of people who don't understand
The pleasure of life in a hillbilly band
I got my first guitar when I was fourteen
Now I'm crowning thirty, still wearing jeans
Amanda (U) light of my life...
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    The song writer admires a young woman, who was probably married but not happy in her home: she had no pleasure in her marriage and the song writer feels she ought to have been married to a gentleman. He, the song writer was somewhat engrossed in his admiration or an unsuspecting Amanda that he lost count of his age...

    The song is literally of pity, bottled-up love.
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