"A Woman Knows" as written by Donald Sampson, Kenneth Chesney and Paul Overstreet....
She can't put her finger on a single lipstick stain
Perfume doesn't linger on a shirt on
There's no matchbook in his pocket with a number and name
So why does she still hurt

'Cause a woman knows, when there's another woman
She can feel her, all over her man
A woman knows, when there's another woman
You can't fool her, so don't try to think you can

What she don't know, won't hurt her
That's what he tells himself
So he hides his cheatin' heart inside his chest
He thinks he's put one over, but what he don't know is
He's already confessed

'Cause a woman knows, when there's another woman
She can feel her, all over her man
A woman knows, when there's another woman
You can't fool her, so don't try to think you can

A woman knows, when there's another woman
You can't fool her, so don't try to think you can
You can't fool her, so don' try to think you can


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"A Woman Knows" as written by Paul Lester Overstreet Kenny N Chesney

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