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Colin Coplin

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Heaven's Behind My Woman's Door


Woman come and set your man free
Woman come and set your man free
Take me by the hand
And lead me to your promised land
Woman come and set your man free

Woman only you have the key
To release these chains that bind so tight on me
Won’t you come and smile
Turn the key, release me awhile
Yeah, woman come set your man free

Take me to heaven
Give me just enough
There can be no denying me
The gift of your love

Woman come and set your man free
Woman come and set your man free
Take me by the hand
And lead me to your promised land
Woman come and set your man free

Woman you’ve laid siege to my heart
I’m hungry for the taste of your love
My world’s forever changed
Your Rome, I’m Carthage
Woman and set your man free

Take me to heaven
Give me just enough
There can be no denying me
The gift of your love

Woman come and set your man free
Woman come and set your man free
Take me by the hand
And lead me to your promised land
Woman come and set your man free

Woman, I’m in exile on foreign shores
A refugee in need of your love and warmth
Won’t you give me shelter, and a little more
Woman come and set your man free

Woman come and set your man free
I’ve been wandering in the wilderness
And it’s time for a new address

Heaven’s behind my woman’s door
Heaven’s behind my woman’s door
She gives me love, and so much more
Heaven’s behind my woman’s door

Copyright Colin Coplin 2003 / 2011

Submitted: Thursday, March 24, 2011
Edited: Saturday, March 26, 2011

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