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Along Comes A Woman Lyrics

Artist: Chicago

There is a time when a man needs somebody to talk to
Someone to talk to, somebody who'll always be there
(All alone) Nothin' seemed to matter
(So alone) Doesn't get much better
(Can't explain) Something that you're feeling
For the very first time

There was a time when you needed someone to hold on to
Someone to hold you, somebody who's always sincere
(All alone) Suddenly you see her
(So alone) You know you're gonna meet her
(Can't explain) Something that you're feeling
For the very first time

Then along comes a woman
There's a change in the way
That you're feeling tonight
Then along comes a woman
And you know that it's right

There was a time that you needed somebody to count on
You needed someone to count on, somebody to care
(Now she's here) Nothin' seems to matter
(She's so near) Everything is better
(Can't explain) Something that you're feeling
For the very first time

Then along comes a woman
There's a change in the way
That you're feeling tonight
Then along comes a woman
And you know that it's right
(And you know that it's right)

Then along comes a woman
There's a change in the air
That you're breathing tonight
Then along comes a woman
And you're holding her tight

Then along comes a woman
There's a change in the way
That you're feeling tonight
Then along comes a woman
And you know that it's right
(And you know that it's right)

Then along comes a woman
There's a change in the air
That you're breathing tonight
Then along comes a woman
And you're holding her tight

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