Woman

Album: Delta (2018)
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  • Woman
    Caught behind those burning eyes
    Tangled up in morning white
    Do you ever really know?
    Can you ever really know?

    Woman
    Watch her take me by surprise
    When she lets me call her mine
    Do you ever really know?
    Can you ever really know?

    And I don't know the loneliness she long
    I don't hear the frosty words that call inside
    When you're gone again

    I can't read your mind though I'm trying all the time
    There's something I don't know, I can see it in your eyes
    As the night descends, it's always slow again
    I am left in awe of the woman I adore, oh

    Woman
    I never had such a sign
    Burn itself into my mind
    Do you ever really know?
    Can you ever really know?

    You say the sun doesn't shine for you
    I hope you learning that's not true, in time
    When you're gone again
    Just as long again

    I can't read your mind though I'm trying all the time
    There's something I don't know, I can see it in your eyes
    As the night descends, oh it's always slow again
    But I am left in awe of the woman I adore

    I can't read your mind though I'm trying all the time
    There's something I don't know, I can see it in your eyes
    And as the night descends, it's always slow again
    But I am left in awe of the woman I adore Writer/s: Benjamin Walter David Lovett, Edward James Milton Dwane, Marcus Oliver Johnstone Mumford, Winston Aubrey Aladar Marshall
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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