Just Like a Woman
Nobody feels any pain, Tonight as I stand inside the rain. Ev'rybody knows That baby's got new clothes, But lately I see her ribbons and her bows Have fallen from her curls. She takes just like a woman, She makes love just like a woman, And she aches just like a woman. But she breaks just like a little girl. Queen Mary, she's my friend, Oh I believe that I'll go see her again. Nobody has to guess That baby can't be blessed Till she finds out she's like all the rest, With her fog, her amphetamines and her pearls. She aches just like a woman, yes she does She takes just like a woman, yes she does She makes love just like a woman, yes she does But she breaks just like a little girl. It was raining from the first And I was dying there of thirst, So I came in here. And your long time curse a' hurts, But you know honey what's worse Is this pain in here, I can't stay in here, Ain't it clear. Oh I just don't fit, I believe that it's time for us to quit. When we meet again And introduced as friends Please don't let on That you knew me when I was hungry and it was your world. You fake just like a woman, yes she does And make love just like a woman, yes she does Then you ache just like a woman, yes she does But you break just just like a little girl, break like a girl Oo, oh, oh, oh, oh Just like a woman, woman, woman.
Written by: BOB DYLAN
Lyrics © BOB DYLAN MUSIC CO
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