And my only additional argument with the first is that the line "let a woman in my life" does not necessarily mean movement. It can mean "inside" his life, like in his soup, in his fridge, in his bed, or in his head.
But as you say, spoken language is the point here and plenty of folk, especially in a moment of exasperation, speak in a less meticulous way.
Thank you for your instructive correction of my argument, though. I appreciate your knowledge.