"Oh Woman" as written by and Michael Albuquerque....
Oh woman you say you did not know
Oh woman you say you did not know
It was not your plan, it had no design
Got lost in the words but I choked on mine
Oh woman you say you did not know
Oh woman you say it's just a root
Oh woman an herb and a root
Picked in the morning dew of the new moon
That caused all the mourning no one can sing to
Oh woman you say it's just a root
Oh woman you say your hands are clean
Oh woman you say your hands are clean
As clean as a whistle cut down between
A blade of grass and a grave
Oh woman you say your hands are clean
Oh woman you say you had no choice
To sing in the morning or to stifle that voice
And caught in the balance cold as ice
That someone must pay though some would pay twice
Oh woman you say you had no choice
Oh woman you say it's just a stone
No markings just moss on that stone
Deep in the forest where no one will ever know
Deep in the forest where no one will have to go
Oh woman you say it's just a stone
Oh woman you say you did not know


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"Oh Woman" as written by Michael Albuquerque

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