I can see you're disappointed By the way you look at me And I'm sorry that I'm not The woman you thought I'd be Yes, I've made my mistakes But listen and understand My mistakes are no worse than yours Just because I'm a woman
So when you look at me Don't feel sorry for yourself Just think of all the shame You might have brought somebody else
Just let me tell you this Then we'll both know where we stand My mistakes are no worse than yours Just because I'm a woman
Now a man will take a good girl And he'll ruin her reputation But when he wants to marry Well, that's a different situation
He'll just walk off and leave her To do the best she can While he looks for an angel To wear his wedding band
Now I know that I'm no angel If that's what you thought you'd found I was just the victim of A man that let me down
Yes, I've made my mistakes But listen and understand My mistakes are no worse than yours Just because I'm a woman
No, my mistakes are no worse than yours Just because I'm a woman
Writer/s: DOLLY PARTON
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind
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