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Natalie Cole – Ask A Woman Who Knows lyrics

By Victor Abrams

He stays out every night

And leaves me all alone

He never tells me where he goes

I'm not the only lonely one

Just ask a woman who knows

We used to share our troubles

And the good times too

Now I'm left with all the woes

I'm not the only sorry one

Just ask a woman who knows

The days are long

Oh, but the nights are longer

I got the lonesomest blues

You know my only consolation

Is I ain't got nothing more to lose

So there you have the story

Of a love gone wrong

That used to blossom like a rose

Oh, I'm not the only broken heart

Just ask a woman who knows

(Musical Interlude)

Well my only consolation

Is that I got nothing more to lose

So there you have the story

Of a love gone wrong

That used to blossom like a rose

But I'm not the only broken heart

Just ask a woman

And I'm a woman

Just ask a woman who knows

Oh, yeah

Ask a woman, ask a woman

And I'm a woman

Who knows



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