"Kind Woman" as written by and Richie Furay....
I got a good reason for loving you
It's an old fashioned sign
I kinda get the feelin' like mmm you know when
I fell in love the first time.

Kind woman
Won't you love me tonight
The look in your eyes

Kind woman
Don't leave me lonely tonight
Please say it's all right

Remember once before you're hearing the old folks say
Love's an ageless old rhyme
But now a days you know the sayin' depends so much on
The kind of woman that you find

Kind woman
Won't you love me tonight?
The look in your eyes

Kind woman
Don't leave me lonely tonight
Aah you say it's all right

Kind woman
Won't you love me tonight?
The look in your eyes

Kind woman
Don't leave me lonely tonight
Please say it's all right


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"Kind Woman" as written by Richie Furay

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    General CommentThis is a great love song.
    startingtorambleon July 19, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThe lyric "please say it's alright" means a lot to me. I've gone through some tough times, and I think they would have been so much more bearable if I had a pretty lady tell me everything would be alright, even if we both knew it wasn't true. Other than that the song is fairly self explainitory.
    Scribbler17on July 17, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI connected to this song as a teenager and then as an adult. Every time it plays, I stop what I'm doing and fall into the lyrics and the song.

    The reason I connect with song is on many levels, but today while cleaning out the basement I realized a big reason why: because I have yearned all my life for a kind woman in my life. I was raised by a very mean mother, with a cruel temper and narcissistic personality traits, that left a hole in my soul. This song helps mend that hole a little bit, every time I hear it.
    moosequestrianon December 28, 2015   Link

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