Widow at the Wake
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Widow at the Wake Lyrics

(Verse 1)
A widow at the wake
A line, she drew a line, she drew a line
In the winding sorrow
A priest no more the rake
Calling on a sign, on a sign
That ne'er was showing
(Chorus)
Waltzing to the wheel, to the wind
I'm walking on a wave, on a wave, on a wave
Collar to the cold, to the old
Woo me to the grave, to the grave, to the grave

(Verse 2)
A widow felt the ache
That her man would come again
Come back again
For the sake of her life
A priest no more the rake
Brought the widow in, the widow in
From her sorrow

(Chorus X2)
Waltzing to the wheel, to the wind
I'm walking on a wave, on a wave, on a wave
Collar to the cold, to the old
Woo me to the grave, to the grave, to the grave

(Chorus)
Waltzing to the wheel, to the wind
I'm walking on a wave, on a wave, on a wave
Collar to the cold, to the old
Woo me to the grave, to the grave, to the grave
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Hart of Dixie Quotes

Zoe: So I don't believe in marriage. You know my parents, theirs was a complete sham so why would I?
George: Because Wade does.
Zoe: But why? We love each other. We're having a baby together. Why do we need some piece of paper to prove it?
George: Because it's more than just a piece of paper, Zoe. I mean we're talking about Wade Kinsella, renowned ladies' man that we're talking about here. Now he wants to stand up in front of everyone he cares about and vow that he will love you and be faithful to you for the rest of his life. Forever. I mean, it's like it's the last stage of his metamorphosis, you know. He wants to show us all just how much he's changed, and that's a pretty damn big deal.

[To Lemon] I never know what you want.

Lavon

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