Hard Headed Woman

Album: Tea For The Tillerman (1970)
  • (A hard, hard, hard)

    I'm looking for hard headed woman
    One who'll take me for myself
    And if I find my hard headed woman
    I won't need nobody else, no no no

    I'm looking for hard headed woman (hard headed woman)
    One who'll make me do my best
    And if I find my hard headed woman
    I know the rest of my life will be blessed, yes (yes), yes, yes

    I know a lot of fancy dancers
    People who can glide you on the floor
    They move so smooth but have no answers (ooh whoa oh)
    When you ask them, "What you come here for? (I don't know)
    Why?"

    (Hard headed woman)

    I know many fine feathered friends
    But their friendliness depends on how you do
    They know!
    Many sure fired ways
    To find out the one who pays
    And how you do

    I'm looking for hard headed woman (hard headed woman)
    One who will make me fell so good
    And if I find my hard headed woman (ooh whoa oh)
    I know my life will be as it should, yes, yes, yes

    I'm looking for hard headed woman (hard headed woman)
    One who'll make me do my best
    And if I find my hard headed woman Writer/s: Yusuf Islam
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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