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Tina Turner – Delilah's Power lyrics

Samson and Delilah
They made it known
That a man is weak
For a woman strong
Use your power like Delilah
Even Samson couldn't deny Delilah's power

You know god made man
All muscles and strength
But what he gave to woman
No man can resist
Use your power like Delilah
Even Samson couldn't deny Delilah's power

Yeah I'm talkin' about Delilah's power
I said Delilah's power
Delilah's power
Delilah's power
Use your powers like Delilah
Even Samson couldn't deny Delilah's power

King of the jungle
The lion he roars
But the lioness calmly
Soothes his soul
Use your powers like Delilah
Even Samson couldn't deny Delilah's power

Delilah's power
I said Delilah's power. . .

Think you can do without a woman
Well I don't think you can
'Cause in every land
There's a woman for every man
Use your powers like Delilah
Even Samson couldn't deny Delilah's power

Delilah's power
I said Delilah's power. . .



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