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“She Goes”
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The Dailies
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Album:   Mixing Metaphors
Genre(s):  
Soft Rock
Length:  
3:42
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"She Goes" is a song by The Dailies. It was used as music for Kimmy, Lucas and Mia's trio in Move Over, I'm the Star.

Lyrics

She goes like the mornin’
Goes with coffee
Goes with yesterdays news
(who knows…how she goes…)

She goes like the evenin’
Goes with whiskey
Goes with slow and blue
(who knows…how she goes…)

She goes through the trial
Like the wind blows
Like a runner in a prime
(who knows…who knows)

And she goes with a party
Like an old friend
Bearing gifts at Christmas time
(she goes…)
Which is to say just fine…

Cause she goes well with every reason
And she goes well with every rhyme
Yea she goes well with every season
And I go with her anytime….

She goes with the rich girl
‘Cause she’s made a
Little money by herself
(he knows…how she goes)

And she goes with the poor man
‘Cause she knows we do
The best with what we’re dealt
(he knows…)
oh…

She’ll go toe to toe if you push her too hard
But she’ll go nice and slow if you let down your guard
From the ends of the earth to the moon and the stars
She goes…

And she goes well with every reason
And she goes well with every rhyme
Yea she goes well with every season
And I go with her anytime….

She goes well…
She goes well…
She goes well with every season and I go with her anytime I kiss her I can’t believe she’s mine…

She goes well…
She goes well…

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