"More Than A Woman" as written by Maurice Ernest Gibb, Robin Hugh Gibb and Barry Alan Gibb....
Girl, I've known you very well
I've seen you growin' ev'ry day
I never really looked before
But now you take my breath away
Suddenly you're in my life
Part of everything I do
You got me working day and night
Just tryin' to keep a hold on you

Here in your arms I found my paradise
My only chance for happiness
And if I lose you now, I think I would die
Oh, say you'll always be my baby
We can make it shine
We can take forever just a minute at a time

More that a woman
More that a woman to me baby
More than a woman
More than a woman to me
More than a woman

There are stories old and true
Of people so in love like you and me
And I can see myself, let history repeat itself
Reflecting how I feel for you
Thinkin' 'bout those people then
I know that in a thousand years
I'd fall in love with you again

This is the only way that we should fly
This is the only way to go
And if I lose your love, I know I would die
Oh, say you'll always be my baby
We can make it shine
We can take forever just a minute at a time

More that a woman (more than a woman)
More that a woman to me baby
More than a woman (more than a woman)
More than a woman to me
More than a woman

More that a woman (more than a woman)
More that a woman to me baby
More than a woman (more than a woman)
More than a woman to me (every day of my life)
More than a woman (oh baby)
More than a woman to me (you are, you are, you are)
More that a woman
More than a woman to me (she treats me good like a lover should)
More than a woman (yeah)
More than a woman to me (yeah)
More than a woman


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"More Than a Woman" as written by Maurice Ernest Gibb Barry Alan Gibb

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