"Women Who Fly" as written by and Nona B. Hendryx....
I'm as tight as a drum and my feelings are somewhere inside
Beating hard against skin what's keeping the pain in and alive
I'm hard as a rock, but my heart won't stop keeping time
'cause it's not made of steel and the walls that I build
Love can climb

Women who fly don't have the problem
Women who dream don't stay too long
Women who fly hold back nothing
Women who fly have wings of their own

I'm most dangerous when the skin that I'm in isn't mine
I'm a cold empty shell and I'm living on borrowed time
I'm so easily led, pride goes to my head like cheap wine
And I honestly hate when a winner's fate isn't mine

Women who fly don't have the problem
Women who dream don't stay too long
Women who fly climb mountains
Women who fly have wings of their own
So don't give me wings and take away my sky

Women who fly don't have the problem
Women who dream don't stay too long
Women who fly cross lines and borders
Women who fly have wings of their own


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