The Woman I Love

Album: Love Is A Four Letter Word (2012)
  • Maybe I annoy you with my choices
    Well, you annoy me sometimes too with your voice
    But that ain't enough for me
    To move out and move on
    I'm just gonna love you like the woman I love

    We don't have to hurry
    You can take as long as you want
    I'm holdin' steady
    My heart's at home
    With my hand behind you
    I will catch you if you fall
    I'm just gonna love you like the woman I love

    Sometimes the world can make you feel
    You're not welcome anymore
    And you beat yourself up
    You let yourself get mad
    And in those times when you stop lovin'
    That woman I adore
    You could relax
    Because, babe, I got your back
    I got you

    No, I don't wish to change you
    You got it under control
    You wake up each day different
    Another reason for me to keep holdin' on
    I'm not attached to any way you're showing up
    I'm just gonna love you like the woman I love
    Yeah I'm gonna love you, oh yeah
    I'm gonna love you
    You're the woman I love Writer/s: David Hodges, Jason Mraz
    Publisher: Goo-Eyed Music
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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