"It Took a Woman" as written by James Edward Melton and Dave Turnbull....
It took a woman

It took a bully riding my back
To make me mad enough to fight
And a summer with my granddad
To find out what hard work's like
It took that football coach in high school
To make me tougher than the rest
And that first beer with my daddy
To put that first hair on my chest
It took a heart to heart with Jesus
To bring me to my knees
But it took a woman to make a man out of me

It took a pair of soft blue eyes
And a smile so sweet
To make me reach up high
And really dig down deep
She's made me so much more than who I used to be
It took a woman to make a man out of me

It took the first year we were dating
And drinking too much with the boys
For her to give an ultimatum
For me to have to make a choice
It took a want add in the paper
To sell that '68 Firebird
And buy that diamond ring I gave her
And rent out that little church
It took the day my baby girl was born
To make a tear roll down my cheek
It took a woman to make a man out of me

It took a pair of soft blue eyes
And a smile so sweet
To make me reach up high
And really dig down deep
She's made me so much more than who I used to be
It took a woman to make a man out of me


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"It Took a Woman" as written by Jimmy Melton Dave Turnbull

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, OLE MEDIA MANAGEMENT LP

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