There is a healing in these hands A comfort in this voice You don't have to keep on runnin' You don't have to make a choice. You can settle in beside me Love the feelin', drink it up I'm your well out in the desert You can come and fill your cup. There are the secret things I tell you Things I know you understand Man to woman, man to woman Man to woman, woman to man Man to woman, man to woman Man to woman, woman to man. You can lay your weapons down Fall deep inside these arms Talk to me, you can talk to me I'd be the last to do you harm
Woman to Woman is the thirteenth studio album by American country music singer-songwriter Tammy Wynette. It was released on November 25, 1974, by Epic Records. The album peaked at No. 21 on the Billboard Country Albums chart. The album's only single, "Woman to Woman", peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Country Singles chart. Adapted from the album liner notes. Bill Barnes - cover design, photography. Lou Bradley - engineer. Julie Holiner - design. Bill McElhiney - string arrangements.
MAN and WOMAN are first and foremost a place to build business and make connections but not with the intention of becoming a big machine.
Written by Harriet Roberts, Simon Franklen) From the album (CD) Woman To Man by HARRIET. Until the rivers run dry Like a stain from a child's cry Until the snow brings fall My love will wait to hear your call. Whether or not you understand How one woman could love One man the way I love you. I'll build you a temple and fill it with love Stone by stone from morn’ til’ dusk A temple and fill it with love. I'll cross the mountains for you Just so you know my love is true I'll build you a bridge If it takes a thousand men Just to have you love me again
Phenomenal woman, That’s me. I walk into a room. Just as cool as you please, And to a man, The fellows stand or. Fall down on their knees. Then they swarm around me, A hive of honey bees. I say, It’s the fire in my eyes
Harriet Tubman is an American hero and an icon of freedom, a five-foot-tall African American abolitionist who guided hundreds of slaves away from the bondage of slavery. She is the best known female abolitionist of antebellum American. Illiterate but profoundly religious, into slavery between 1815 and 1825 on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Harriet Tubman was born into slavery therefore no records of her birth were kept and the exact date of her birth is unknown. She believed she was born in 1825. Coming of Age and Marriage. Tubman was weak and frail in her however she became a strong woman, at five foot tall, she was even stronger than some men. Hard labor at a young age made her mind resilient and her body strong. She was hired by a man named John Steward.
Harriet Tubman (c. 1822 – 10 March 1913), also known as Moses, was an African-American abolitionist. An escaped slave, she worked as a farmhand, lumberjack, laundress, cook, refugee organizer, raid leader, intelligence gatherer, nurse, healer, revival speaker, feminist, fundraiser, and conductor on the Underground Railroad. I prayed all night long for my master. Till the first of March; and all the time he was bringing people to look at me, and trying to sell me. I changed my prayer
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Man and woman represent two forms of divine energy; they are the male and female elements of a single soul. G-d is neither masculine nor feminine, but has two forms of emanation: the masculine form, which is more aggressive, and the feminine form, which is more subtle. For a human being to lead a total life, he or she must have both forms of energy: the power of strength and the power of subtlety; the power of giving and the power of receiving. It is time now for the woman to rise to her true prominence, when the subtle power of the feminine energy is truly allowed to nourish the overt power of the masculine energy. We have already proven that we can use our strength to slay the demons around us; let us now learn to nurture the G-dliness within.
|A1||Woman To Man (Remix Edit)||3:58|
|A2||Woman To Man (Radio Remix)||5:09|
|B1||Woman To Man (LP Version)||4:02|
|B2||Woman To Man (Extended Remix)||6:19|
|9031-72521-7, YZ 535, YZ535||Harriet*||Woman To Man (7", Single)||EastWest, EastWest, EastWest||9031-72521-7, YZ 535, YZ535||Europe||1991|
|PRCD 3862-2||Harriet*||Woman To Man (CD, Single, Promo)||EastWest Records America||PRCD 3862-2||US||1990|
|9031-72522-0, YZ 535 T||Harriet*||Woman To Man (12")||EastWest, EastWest||9031-72522-0, YZ 535 T||Germany||1990|
|none||Harriet*||Woman To Man (VHS)||EastWest Records America, Atlantic||none||US||1990|
|YZ535, YZ 535, 9031-72521-7||Harriet*||Woman To Man (7", Single)||EastWest, EastWest, EastWest||YZ535, YZ 535, 9031-72521-7||UK||1990|