"If you were the woman and I was the man" as written by and Michael Edward Timmins....
If you were the woman and I was the man
Would I send you yellow roses
Would I dare to kiss your hand?
In the morning would I caress you
As the wind caresses the sand,
If you were the woman and I was the man?

If I was the heart and you were the head
Would you think me very foolish
If one day I decided to shed
These walls that surround me
Just to see where these feelings led,
If I was the heart and you were the head?

If I was the woman and you were the man
Would I laugh if you came to me
With your heart in your hand
And said, 'I offer you this freely
And will give you all that I can
Because you are the woman
And I am the man?'


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"If You Were the Woman and I Was the Man" as written by Michael Edward Timmins

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    General CommentMy ex wife and I danced to this song on our wedding night---I still miss her something awful and most times I hear this tune I still break down and cry...beautiful tune.
    Artful_didger001on September 05, 2013   Link

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