"Woman" as written by Wayne Hector and Steve Mac....
I worked late but you don't wait up
My bones ache and I'm cleaning the place up
Sometimes I don't even know I care

I sit down take off my make-up
I lay down but you don't wake up
Sometimes I wonder if you know I'm there

I can't remember the last time you
Told me I'm beautiful, and I can't remember
Last time you said anything at all

[Chorus]
I'm a woman
A woman with a heart
And I deserve your all
I'm not some girl who don't know what she wants
I'm a woman
And I need to be touched
And I need to be loved
Cause being just your woman is not enough

Now I hope that you don't wake up
When it's too late to make up
You'll be the one that's alone and that's sad

In time you'll find somebody
The truth is she'll never be me
And that's when you're going to miss what we had

When all I really needed to hear was "you're beautiful"
All I really needed to hear was anything at all

[Chorus]

I'm not your friend who only needs you sometimes
And if I'm your lady
You got to treat me like

[Chorus]

A woman needs your heart
A woman needs your all
A woman needs your everything
I'm a woman
And I need to be touched
And I need to be loved
And I deserve your everything
I'm a woman
I'm a woman
I'm a woman


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"Woman" as written by Steven Mccutcheon Wayne Anthony Hector

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    General CommentThis song is beautiful. I get the feeling it's about a boyfriend who doesn't pay any attention to her and never talks to her or tells her that she's beautiful and how as a woman she needs to be told that (I think that's a bit insecure if you ask me)
    crowdiegalon March 02, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIt's about someone who is being neglected in the relationship, and knows she deserves more than that. Nothing insecure about it.
    Kiushaon June 08, 2011   Link

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