Andrew Peterson describes marriage as “Dancing in the Minefields.” The lyrics say, Well, I was nineteen you were twenty-one, the year we got engaged And everyone said we were much too young, but we did it anyway; We got the rings for forty each from the pawn shop down the road, We said our vows and took the leap now fifteen years ago. And we went dancing in the minefields, we went sailing in the…


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