"Who's Your Woman" as written by Christine May Higgins, Cleopatra Higgins, Yonah Higgins, Zainam Higgins, James Samuel Harris Iii and Terry Lewis....
Baby, I know the type of girl that you're looking for
I don't wanna play your kind of games no more
I wanna be myself not a stand in for
The last girl that you saw
Beats me why you can't deal with a girl like me
I can't satisfy you like it used to be
I never saw this side when you first checked me
You used to flirt with me

You seem to know not what you do
You really don't have a clue
I tried to play the part for you (for you)
But now I got to say goodbye (say goodbye)

Baby, why do you think that you can just make me
Be the kind of woman that you used to see
And if's that's who you want then why don't you tell me
Who's your woman, can't be her, I'm only me
Baby, why do you think that you can just make me
Be the kind of woman that you used to see
And if's that's who you want then why don't you tell me
Who's your woman, can't be her

Hey, boy, take a second look at your ex and me
Can't you separate us from your fantasy
Just accept the difference of what you see
Is she your ecstasy, babe
S'cuse me (yeah)
Tell me what she's got miss hot shot
Can't you see (yeah) the qualities (oh) I've got
Funny how you (PHD) missed I've got my PHD
Great personality

You seem to know not what you do (no, no, babe)
You really don't have a clue (yeah)
I tried to play the part for you (for you)
But now I got to say goodbye (say goodbye)

Baby, why do you think that you can just make me
Be the kind of woman that you used to see
And if's that's who you want then why don't you tell me
Who's your woman, can't be her, I'm only me
Baby, why do you think that you can just make me
Be the



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"Who's Your Woman" as written by Cleopatra Higgins Christine May Higgins

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