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Woman (Peter & Gordon Cover)

This song is by The Beau Brummels and appears on the album Beau Brummels 66 (1966).

This song is a cover of "Woman" by Peter & Gordon.
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Woman, do you love me?
Woman, if you need me then
Believe me I need you
To be my woman

Woman, do you love me?
Woman, if you need me then
Believe me I need you
To be my woman

And should you ask me how I'm doing
What shall I say?
Things are OK
When I know that they're not
When I still may have lost you

Woman, do you love me?
Woman, if you need me then
Believe me I need you
To be my woman...

I've got plenty of time (I've got plenty of time)
Help me just to get through it
Once again you'll be mine (Once again you'll be mine)
I still think we can do it
And you know how much I love you

Woman, don't forsake me
Woman, if you take me then
Believe me I'll take you
To be my woman...
Yes, be my woman...
To be my woman...

Written by:

Paul McCartney under the pseudonym Bernard Webb

Trivia:

  • Paul McCartney used the pseudonym Bernard Webb (though some Capitol pressings carry the name A. Smith instead) to see if the song would be a success without the Lennon–McCartney credit.
  • Ron Elliott Wikipedia16 also wrote a song "Woman" which is used on the other Beau Brummel albums.