Deborah Coleman

CANCION I'm A Woman - Deborah Coleman

Letra musicalWhen I was a young girl, about twelve years old
I couldn't do nothin' to save my doggone soul
My mama told me the day I was born
She says, "Sing the blues child, sing it from now on"

I'm a woman, I can sing the blues
I'm a woman, I can change old to new
I'm a woman, when I'm down to the wire
I'm a woman, I'm a ball of fire

Well, I'm goin' down yonder, behind the sun
Gonna do somethin' for you, ain't never been done
Gonna hold back the lightnin', with the palm of my hand
Shake hands with the devil, make him crawl in the sand

I'm a woman, I can sing the blues
I'm a woman, I can change old to new
I'm a woman, when I'm down to the wire
I'm a woman, I'm a ball of fire

When I was a young girl, about twelve years old
I couldn't do nothin' to save my doggone soul
My mama told me the day I was born
She says, "Sing the blues child, sing it from now on"

I'm a woman, W O M A N
I'm a woman, woman to the end
I'm a woman, when I'm down to the wire
I'm a woman, I'm a ball of fire

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Deborah Coleman

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