Woman

Album: Spider-Man 2 Soundtrack (2004)
  • If I'd be so inclined to climb up beside you
    Would you tell me
    That the time just isn't right
    And if i ever find the key you hide so well
    Will you tell me
    That I can spend the night

    Leaving your smell on my coat
    Leaving your taste on my shoulder
    I still fail to understand
    What it is about this woman
    Yeah ow wow

    If I could bottle up the chills that you give me
    I would keep them
    In a jar next to my bed
    And if i should ever draw a picture of a woman
    It is you
    That would come flowing through my pen

    Leaving your clothes on the floor
    Making me walk out the door
    And i still fail to understand
    What it is about this woman
    Ow

    Helplessly melting
    As i stand next to the sun
    As you burn me
    I am screaming out for more
    Drink every drop of liquid
    In the heat that I've become
    Pop me open
    Spoon me out onto the floor

    Leaving your smell on my coat
    Leaving your taste on my shoulder
    I still fail to understand
    Fail to understand

    Leaving your smell on my coat
    Leaving your taste on my shoulder
    I still fail to understand
    What it is about this woman
    Yeah

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