Written by:
Barry Gibb
Robin Gibb
Maurice Gibb
(1983)

Lead vocals:
Barry Gibb

Album:
Stayin’ alive
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(1983)


The woman in you
brings out the man in me.
It’s the woman in you
And the finer parts of your anatomy.

But baby, sharper than a knife,
help me to know you.
Show me the night to satisfy
A sinner with the flash of an eye.

There’ll never be another me.

I never knew love could wind me up.
I don’t do my stuff
till you go walking by,
and maybe old enough to try.

I never knew anyone in between,
the devil and the angel,
all in one and maybe old
enough that I can ride.

Your love let me burn.
Let me slide down to your soul.
You can pull me in.
You can push me out.

But your baby needs love,
somebody to hold.
Show me what to do.

The woman in you
brings out the man in me.
It’s the woman in you
and the finer parts of your anatomy.

But baby, stronger than the wind burn
in the fire out of the night,
I’ll teach you how to tremble
if you give me the night.

There’ll never be enough to me.
I never knew I could find the best.
But searching out the rest,
there is no doubt and maybe we can
sweat it out.

I never knew we could find
a way to this crazy situation
over me and we forget about
the world outside.

My love in your eyes.
There’s no world.
There is no time.
You can hold me in.
You can throw me down.

But your baby needs love,
somebody to hold.
show me what to do.

The woman in you brings out
the man in me.
It’s the woman in you
and the finer parts of your anatomy.

The Woman In You

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