"The Other Woman" as written by and Devendra Banhart....
I walk with my head down
I mumble all the words I keep my feelings to myself only

I never stand my ground
I just stand around
If you love me then why won't you hold me?

Everything and everyone around me is changing
Now that I've been the other woman

Your music rides ten horses in the sky
And gallops through the evening
You, you have no side for me to stand by
In space, I see you and her

And everything and everyone around me is changing, Now that I've been the other woman
Oh now that I've been the other woman

Like a newlywed hummingbird, building its home, stick by stick, above the river

You are green, you are red, you are "yuprle" you are blue, you are gold you are silver

Well my eyes are made of lemons
My tears are made of limes
You love me, you hate me, I'm losing my mind

I've sailed the sea of love aboard the ship of hopes
I'm the skipper, I'm the captain, I'm the crew

And everything and everyone around me is changing, Now that I've been the other woman
Oh now that I am the other woman

I will always be the other woman
I'll never be the only woman
The only woman...


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"The Other Woman" as written by Devendra Banhart

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