Woman's World
by Cher

Album: Closer To The Truth (2013)

Songfacts®:

  • The lead single from Cher's twenty-sixth studio album is an electro-pop tune written and produced by the English DJ Paul Oakenfold. The song originally leaked online on October 20, 2012 and officially premiered a month later. It was officially released on June 18, 2013, the date Cher performed the track live on the finale of The Voice.
  • The song is a female-empowerment anthem in which Cher exclaims that she is "strong enough to rise above" as "this is a woman's world." She described the tune as a tribute to "strong women" around the globe.
  • Cher told Billboard magazine that this track "sings itself," adding that it only took about an hour to record her vocals for the track.

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