When A Man Needs A Woman

Album: Friends (1968)
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  • You know it makes you nervous
    When you wait for you boy
    You wait nine months for a bundle of joy
    There's a baby
    Yes, there's a baby about to be born

    And someday I'll put my son on my knee
    And his little eyes will be looking at me
    Then I'll tell him
    When a man needs a woman
    They make things like you, my son

    When a man needs a woman
    They make things like you, my son

    A man needs a woman
    Like a woman needs a man
    When the two get together, oh oh oh
    Pretty soon we'll be a family of three
    Then it's not gonna be just you and me
    We'll share all the goodies
    With the one we bring in the world

    When a man needs a woman
    They make things like you, my son Writer/s: ALAN JARDINE, BRIAN WILSON, DENNIS WILSON, JOHN PARKS, STEVE KERTHOF
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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