Woman

Album: Love Behind The Melody (2008)
Charted: 96
  • (spoken)
    This is official right now in 4 minutes or less
    We going to crown all of them right now
    My momma your momma
    Baby's mommas mommas mommas
    Wife
    If you near a woman right now wherever you're at just turn to em and say you are appreciated

    (Song)
    I appreciate your smile (thank you)
    I know how much it take to carry and birth a child (thank you)
    And the way you play dumb even when we living real foul ( ooo thank ya)
    And even as a single parent momma you still hold it down some how (thank you momma) making ends meet somehow (thank you momma)
    I appreciate your strength (thank you)
    How you never bite your lip to say what's on your mind (thank you)
    How you a lady in the streets and a freak when it's bedroom time (thank you)
    How you gon' ride with me roll with me and tell me what's yours is mine
    Fellas, If you ain't got one better search the world to find

    Woman woman woman
    Strong Woman woman woman
    Grown Woman woman woman


    Special Woman woman woman
    Beautiful Woman woman woman
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    Special Woman woman woman

    I appreciate your glow (Thank you)
    And when you get angry with us the way that you let us know (thank you)
    And I think it's so cute when you get so emotional (thank you)
    You know till you prove your point you just can't let it go (ha ha)
    But I like that though
    I appreciate so much (thank you girl)
    Like the I love you feeling girl when we touch (thank you girl)
    Like there's no you, no me, if there's no us (thank ya)
    And if she ever hears an urgency she'll come in a rush (thank you)
    To the rescue, man you better find you a



    Woman woman woman (Get you one man)
    Strong Woman woman woman (Ain't nothing like making love)
    Grown Woman woman woman
    Special Woman woman woman
    Beautiful Woman woman woman
    Strong Woman woman woman (when I get weak I need a strong woman)
    Grown Woman woman woman
    Special Woman woman woman


    She's gotta be street smart and educated
    Gotta good head on her shoulders
    A sexy swagger with sex appeal
    A grown woman hook up them home cook meals
    A grown woman who's confident
    Better recognize one where the grown ones sit
    And a grown woman knows how to tell you no
    A grown woman knows when to let you go
    You can have a big ol car and big ol house but next to God nothing else amounts to her

    Woman woman woman
    Strong Woman woman woman
    Grown Woman woman woman
    Special Woman woman woman
    Beautiful Woman woman woman
    Strong Woman woman woman
    Grown Woman woman woman
    Special Woman woman woman

    Ain't nothing like a
    Woman woman woman
    Strong Woman woman woman
    Grown Woman woman woman
    Special Woman woman woman
    Beautiful Woman woman woman
    Strong Woman woman woman
    Grown Woman woman woman
    Special Woman woman woman Writer/s: CARL THOMPSON, RAHEME DEVAUGHN, KYONTE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, MISSING LINK MUSIC
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