"Three Women" as written by and Carrie Newcomer....
There's a light in the kitchen, there's a glass on the stand
Three women round the table and they're holding hands
They're care taking the birthings, bringing food when they can
They're easin' the leavin' and they're holding hands

Love can get tangled and jumbled sometimes
You can lose your way in this world, you can lose your mind
But there's something love in which I can depend
It's the strength in women, holding hands

The night can be dark, so dark and wild
And life burns like a diamond
It's unbearably hard
But it's sweeter than honesty, right from the jar

Your eyes have the look of some different place
You've got one foot in heaven and one still in this land
So we breathe it in deep and we let it out slow
We're holding up up while you're letting us go

There's a free falling feeling I'm lighter than air
And home burns like a beacon in your eyes
But somehow we get anchored somehow we get by

Here's to the women who bind the wounds tight
Here's to the ones who sit talking half of the night
Here's to the love and the life that they mend
And here's to the strength in women holding hands
And here's to the strength in women holding hands
And here's to the strength in women holding hands

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"Three Women" as written by Carrie Newcomer


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