Who Sang Woman? John Wetton

John Wetton Caught in the Crossfire cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1980
Genre: Rock
Style: Prog Rock
length: 4:33
Some other versions of "Woman"

When you say that you will never part from me
I believe you always, come what may
I sometimes have doubts, but when you speak to me
In seconds they're all washed away

And I know it never would occur to you
That you mean the world and more to me
Say that you'll stay for eternity
For it's you gives me reason to be

Woman oh woman, if you could only see
Woman oh woman, just what you mean to me

At times I know I am impossible
I can ignore you, but you should know by now
One look from you and I understand
And the frown disappears from by brow

In my life the girls were a necessity
There were others but none compared to you
I'll give you that life if you want it now
In the end that is all I can do

Well I tell myself this is the last time
I want the whole thing, nothing less will do
No-one else can give me just what I need
So always I come back to you...

Woman oh woman
Woman oh woman

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 Turn On the Radio
  • 2 Baby Come Back
  • 3 When Will You Realize?
  • 4 Cold Is the Night
  • 5 Paper Talk
  • 6 Get Away
  • 7 Caught in the Crossfire
  • 8 Get What You Want
  • 9 I'll Be There
  • 10 Woman

  • Release information
    label: E.G. Records Ltd.
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: 12" Vinyl
    script: Latin