A Woman Wouldn't Be A Woman

A Woman Wouldn't Be A Woman

Eartha Kitt

(Woman, woman, woman)
(Woman, woman, woman)
(Woman, woman, woman)
(Woman, woman, woman)

If she didn't roll her eyes
Tease you, feed you, tell you lies
Always act contrarywise
A woman wouldn't be a woman

If she didn't take your dough
Kiss you, coax you, make you blow
Always keep you on the go
A woman wouldn't be a woman

Well, you can't live with 'em, or without 'em
You never really know a thing about 'em
It's hard to believe that all that there is
Rag and bone and a hank o' hair

If she didn't make you sigh
Make you laugh and make you cry
Taunt you till the day you die
A woman wouldn't be a woman

Well, you can't live with 'em, or without 'em
You never really know a thing about 'em
It's hard to believe that all that there is
Rag and bone and a hank o' hair

If she didn't make you sigh
Make you laugh and make you cry
Taunt you till the day you die
A woman wouldn't be a woman

(No, a woman wouldn't be a woman)
(But since the World began)
If you didn't love 'em and want more of 'em
A man wouldn't be a man

Written by KLEINSINGER, GEORGE / DARIAN, JOE
Published by Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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