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Right In The Palm Of Your Hand Lyrics

Artist: Alan Jackson
Album: Under The Influence

A willing woman, a willing man.
A five room house and a wedding band, believers, believers.
Once it begins, you know it don't take long,
'Til you're like two people in a heartbreak song.
And I wonder, I wonder.

Well ain't it just like a woman,
Ain't it just like a man.
Chasin' a rainbow, looking for love,
When it's right in the palm of your hand.
When it's right in the palm of your hand.

We can't take back those things we said,
So we watch it pass in seperate beds, changing, we're changing.
Too little love and too much pride.
You won't give in and neither will I, like children, children.

Feet on the floor, holding my head,
Sitting alone on the edge of the bed, I've been thinking, thinking.
Trying to find where we went wrong.
I just turned around and you were gone, it's over, it's over.

Well ain't it just like a woman,
Ain't it just like a man.
Chasin' a rainbow, looking for love,
When it's right in the palm of your hand.
When it's right in the palm of your hand.

Well ain't it just like a woman,
Ain't it just like a man.
Chasin' a rainbow, looking for love,
When it's right in the palm of your hand.
When it's right in the palm of your hand.
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