Who Sang The Woman? Aretha Franklin

Aretha Franklin A Rose Is Still a Rose cover art

Some other versions of "The Woman"
publisher: ©Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
writers: John Lennon
release date: 1998-3-24
genres: Electronic Hip Hop Funk / Soul
styles: House/Garage House/Soul/RnB/Swing
length: 7:42
producer: Aretha Franklin
piano: Darryl Houston
mixer: Aretha Franklin and Gerard Smerek
engineer: Clell Moore, Dwayne Jones and Troy Rollins
bass: Al Turner
background vocals: Esther Ridgeway, Gloria Ridgeway and Gracie Ridgeway
guitar: Teddy F. White
keyboard: Vernon Fails
percussion: Michael J. Powell
co-producer: Michael J. Powell
drums (drum set): Michael J. Powell and Ron Otis
sound engineer: Gerard Smerek
Woman, I can hardly express
My mixed emotions and my thoughtlessness
After all, I'm forever in your debt
And woman, I will try to express my inner feelings and thankfulness
For showing me the meaning of success

Ooh, well, doo doo doo doo doo.
Ooh, well, well, doo doo doo doo doo

Woman, I know you understand the little child inside a man
Please remember, my life is in your hands, and woman
Hold me close to your heart, however distant don't keep us apart
After all it is written in the stars

Ooh, well

Woman, please let me explain
I never meant to cause you sorrow or pain
So let me tell you again and again and again
I love you, yeah, yeah, yeah, now and forever
I love you, yeah, yeah, yeah, now and forever

  • 1 A Rose Is Still a Rose
  • 2 Never Leave You Again
  • 3 In Case You Forgot
  • 4 Here We Go Again
  • 5 Every Lil' Bit Hurts
  • 6 In the Morning
  • 7 I'll Dip
  • 8 How Many Times
  • 9 Watch My Back
  • 10 Love Pang
  • 11 The Woman

  • Album Information
    country(area): United States
    script: Latin