Meander – pronounced bends in a river
"Me and Her" (meander) was the name of the film and it was about how much we had to bend when we danced.
Meanders, or a series of bends, in a river usually occur in the lower reaches, where the land slopes gently, as opposed to the steeper slopes of the upper reaches.
These meanders are formed as the river erodes laterally, to the right side then the left side.
Over long periods of time, this action creates bends, which can become large loops shaped like horseshoes.