The glow around your face
When you see the lightning rays
I know I'm very near
And I can hear the thunder

A woman of perplexity
A woman for eternity
A woman of the land
A woman for a man

I'm down on my knees
And I'm saying: "Please believe me"
It's hard to fall out of love, completely
It's harder to find a way to come back, discretely

To speak of things anew
To weep in quiet blue
Brocade upon your bed
Memories shouldn't fade, at least of you

A sceptor of ice and fire
The spectre of my desire
A girl child of such loveliness
A woman of my emptiness

A woman of fame, renown
A woman who kicks the clown
A woman of the land
A woman for a man


Lyrics submitted by Raingod1969

She was waiting for her mother at the station in Torino and you know I love you baby but it's getting too heavy to laugh song meanings
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    My InterpretationI am very surprised that this beautiful song did not trigger any comment so far - perhaps because it is better known under the title "woman" than it actual original one "She was waiting for her mother at the station in Torino and you know I love you baby but it's getting too heavy to laugh"...

    This said, for me, this song is ranking at the same level as Jeff Buckley's "Hallelujah"...

    Could anyone please help me interpret this song, I am sure most of us have heard it...
    It means a lot to me, for sure, he's deeply in love with this woman, perhaps falling out of love after a split, but trying to come back...

    What do you think?
    Thanks
    Darimianon February 06, 2010   Link

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