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WOMAN TO WOMAN Album : Woman To Woman Shirley Brown - 1974 Also recorded by : Marie Baines; Jewell. Hello May I speak to Barbara Barbara, this is Shirley Now you might not know who I am But the reason I'm callin' you is because I was goin' through my old man's pockets this morning And I just happened to find your name and number So woman to woman I don't think it's bein' any more than fair than to call you And let you know where I'm comin' from Now Barbara, I don't know how you're gonna take this But whether you be cool or come out of a bag on me You see, it really doesn't make any difference But it's only fair that I let you know That the man you're in love with, he's mine From the top of his head to the bottom of his feet The bed he sleeps in, and every piece of food he eats You see, I make it possible The clothes on his back, ha-ha, I bought him The car he drives, I pay the note every month So I'm tellin' you these things to let you know how much I love that man And woman to woman I think you'll understand just how much I'll do to keep him Woman to woman If you've ever been in love Then you'd know How I feel And woman to woman Now if you were in my shoes Wouldn't you have done The same thing too Whoa, woman to woman Can't you see where I'm comin' from And woman to woman Ain't that the same thing you would have done Woman to woman Now should I just step aside And let her take What's rightfully mine Whoa, woman to woman Was I right or was I wrong And I ain't gon' let you Break up my happy home Now woman to woman Now you see I don't want no trouble now I hope you understand I love that man and he's mine I'm talkin' to you woman to woman You should be woman enough to understand That man I love that man Woman, woman, woman to woman He's mine And I ain't gon' give him up No, baby, and I ain't lyin' The best of my years went into that man


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