Said She Was a Dancer Lyrics

Jethro Tull

credits


publisher: ©BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
writers: Ian Anderson
album: Track 4 in album Crest of a Knave
release date: 1987-9-11
popularity : 25 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock
styles: Blues Rock/Folk Rock/Prog Rock
length: 3:44
composer: Ian Anderson

Album Information

label: Chrysalis
country(area): United Kingdom
format: CD
script: Latin

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Jethro Tull Crest of a Knave cover art

Lyrics

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She said she was a dancer.
If I believed it, it was my busines.
She surely knew a thing or two about control.
Next to the bar we hit the samovar.
She almost slipped right through my fingers.
It was snowing outside and in her soul.
Well, maybe you're a dancer,
And maybe I'm the King of Old Siam.
I thought it through...best to let the illusion roll.
I wouldn't say I've never heard that tale before,
my frozen little seƱorita,
But if your dream is good,
Why not share it when the nights are cold?

Hey Moscow, what's your story?

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Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 Steel Monkey
  • 2 Farm on the Freeway
  • 3 Jump Start
  • 4 Said She Was a Dancer
  • 5 Dogs in the Midwinter
  • 6 Budapest
  • 7 Mountain Men
  • 8 The Waking Edge
  • 9 Raising Steam