The Way You Move

You’re standin’ in the kitchen
Workin’ toward dinnertime
I can see it’s been a long day…
Slavin’ for the family
Though your work’s never done
Tirelessly you work without pay…
Secretly I watch you charm the most mundane deeds
Girl, your ev’ry move is grace and beauty to me

I wanna watch you walk
I wanna take it in
I wanna love you up
And then do it again
I know something so right
Is stirred up by the sight
Of the way you move

Brushin’ out the tangles
At the end of the day
You’re noticin’ a few strands of gray
I know that you’re wonderin’
When and where the time goes
An’ how long I will look at you that way
Now, young girls may be pretty
But you don’t need to fear
We knit our lives together, girl
And I’m stayin’ right here


Somethin’ in the way you move
Flows like melody thru my mind
Feel that rhythm and rhyme
Girl, you’re so fine
You bring some color back into this ordinary life


©1997 – Chuck Brown
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About Chuck Brown

Chuck Brown is likely to be the most multi-faceted musician you’ll discover this year. Based in Central Ohio, Brown plays piano and writes songs in a wide variety of styles. He has the type of free-flowing musicality it takes to be equally at home in different genres and has a natural feel for diversity. He is known around the world… [read more]

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