"Finest Woman" as written by Rod Stewart, Kevin Savigar and Emerson Swinford....
[Chorus]
The finest woman that I've ever known
The finest woman that I've ever known
Shine a light on this love of mine
The finest woman that I've ever known

My days were lonely and my nights were long
My life was empty and my dreams were long gone
I was hanging with the brothers in crime
My only lover was the red, red wine
I was just about to call a cab to take me home
Standing right there, talking on the phone about

[Chorus: x2]

She does not drink, she does not smoke
I rock her world even though I'm stoned
Alright
She got the beauty, she got the brains
She bring me crackers on a long silver tray
Six foot one with a golden heart
Calculated ready with them thighs

[Chorus: x3]


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"Finest Woman" as written by Steve Harley Kevin Savigar

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