"Just Like a Woman [From A Denver Hotel, 1966]" as written by and Clifton Chenier....
Nobody feels any pain
Tonight as I stand here in the rain
Everybody knows that baby's got new clothes
But lately I see her ribbons and her bows
Have fallen from her curls

She takes just like a woman
Yes she does, she makes love like a woman
Yes she does, and then she aches just like a woman
But she breaks just like a little girl

Queen Mary, she's my friend
Yes, I believe I'll go see her again
Nobody has to guess that baby can't be blessed
'Till she sees finally, that she's like all the rest
With her fog, her amphetamines, and her pearls

She takes just like a woman
Yes she does, she makes love like a woman
Yes she does, and then she aches just like a woman
But she breaks just like a little girl

It was raining from the first, and I was dying there of thirst
So I came in here
And your long-time curse hurts, but what's worse
Is this pain in here
I can't stay in here
Ain't it clear?
That I just don't fit
Yes, I believe it's time for us to quit
But when we met again, and are introduced by friends
Please don't let on that you knew me when
I was hungry, and it was your world

You fake just like a woman
Yes you do, you make love like a woman
Yes you do, and then you ache just like a woman
But you break just like a little girl


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"Just Like a Woman" as written by Bob Dylan

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