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A Woman Knows Recorded by John Anderson Written by John Rich, Vicky McGehee, Julie Roberts
C F G7 C He's a good man and he's always been right there by her side Am G7 C Through thick and thin she can count on him he's given her a real good life F G7 Am He never missed a valentine's day the roses are right on time C F G7 C And he never walks out of the house without kissin’ her goodbye
F G7 But a woman knows when she's lyin' awake at night C F G7 Where her man goes when he's out of her sight C F D7 There's no way to explain how she knows what she knows F G7 C She don't let it show but a woman knows
F G7 C He still holds her close at night still feels like makin’ love F G7 C But something about it just don't seem to feel the way it was F G7 Am He still says I love you still tuckin’ the kids in bed C F G7 C It's nothing that he's done it's nothing that he said
G7 F C She'll stay with him no matter what she chooses not to see F C G7 Cause to her it’s all about the family F C And she's got at least a hundred reasons not to leave F C G7 Cause he's almost everything she's dreamed
Am F G7 But a woman knows when she's lyin' awake at night C F G7 Where her man goes when he's out of her sight C F D7 There's no way to explain how she knows what she knows F G7 C She don't let it show but a woman knows
G7 F G7 C No she don't let it show but a woman knows
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