Tarot Woman

  • I don't want to go
    Something tells me no, no, no, no
    But traces in the sand
    The lines that set my hand
    Say go, go, go

    Beware of a place
    A smile of a bright shining face

    I'll never return, how do you know?
    Tarot woman
    I don't know
    I don't know

    She can take you there
    The entrance to the fair
    Mine, mine, mine

    Ride the carousel
    And cast a magic spell
    You can fly, fly

    Beware of a place
    A smile of a bright shining face

    I'll never return, how do you know?
    Tarot woman, well I don't know
    I don't know
    I don't know
    I don't know

    Something in the air
    Tells me to beware, no, no, no
    Her love is like a knife
    She'll carve away your life
    So go, go, go

    Beware of a place
    A smile of a bright shining face

    I'll never return, how do you know?
    Tarot woman, I don't know
    I don't know
    I don't know
    Hey, I don't knowWriter/s: Ronnie Dio, Ritchie Blackmore
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