"My Kinda Woman" as written by and Eric Lee/gilbert Martin....
Way back in the early days 1946
She walked in with the look o' love
That girl had bedroom eyes
Fire engine lipstick lips
All heads turned ooh with a human desire
It set the world on fire

My kinda woman
Someone's yesteryear dreams
That's my kinda woman
I could tear down the silver screen

A fallen woman femme fatale
Her body screamed heartbreak
Hotel... brains and beauty
Break down the walls, I fall
Down, to my knees,
When I see her picture in the movie magazines
All heads turned ooh for the lady in red
Bring up the house light and say

My kinda woman
Bring back those yesteryear dreams
My kinda woman help me
Tear down the silver screen

Picture perfect
X marks the spot
There's just no way
To tell you how hot
My kinda woman

If I could go back in time
To the right place eye to eye
Magic to burn ooh with a human desire
She set the world on fire

My kinda woman
Someone's yesteryear dreams
My kinda woman
I could tear down the silver screen
My kinda woman
Bring back those yesteryear dreams
And that's my kinda woman
Help me tear down the silver screen



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"My Kinda Woman" as written by Eric Martin Paul Brandon Gilbert

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