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Yoko Ono - I Have A Woman Inside My Soul

Yoko Ono on March 10, 2012 19:09

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    I have a woman inside my soul, Her eyes sombre and sad.
    She waves her hand to try to reach me, But I can’t hear what she says.
    I wish I knew what she says
    I wish I knew what she wants
    I wish I knew what she says to me
    I wish I knew what she means to me.

    I see an asphalt road inside my soul, It’s pale even in a warm summer’s day.
    It stretches into the mist and calls me, But I don’t know what it takes.
    I wish I knew what it takes
    I wish I knew what it gives
    I wish I knew what it says to me
    I wish I knew what it means to me.

    I see a tombstone inside my soul, It’s old and mossy, covered in dead leaves.
    It stands with an engraving on it surface, But I don’t know what it reads.
    I wish I knew what it reads
    I wish I knew what it says
    I wish I knew what it says to me
    I wish I knew what it means to me.

    I feel snow covering inside my soul, It’s hard and shining in shades of grey.
    No footsteps ever made their marks, And I don’t know when it melts.
    I wish I knew when it melts
    I wish I knew when it happens
    I wish I knew if it happens at all
    I wish I knew what it means to me.

    I hear a stream running inside my soul, It’s cold and clear and carries a tune.
    But I don’t know what it sings and tells, I don’t know where it goes.
    I wish I knew what it sings
    I wish I knew where it goes
    I wish I knew what it sings
    I wish I knew where it goes
    I wish I knew what it sings.

    from the Yoko Ono album "Approximately Infinite Universe"

    Yoko Ono: vocals
    Stan Bronstein: saxophone, flute, clarinet
    Richard Frank Jr: drums, percussion
    Daria Price: castanet.
    Gary Van Scyoc: bass, trumpet
    Adam Ippolito: piano, organ, harmonium, trumpet
    Wayne Gabriel: guitar
    Joel Nohnn (John Lennon): guitar and background vocals

    Produced by Yoko Ono and John Lennon
    Arrangement: Yoko Ono
    String orchestration: Ron Frangipane

    From the Yoko Ono album 'Approximately Infinite Universe'.

    Approximately Infinite Universe is a double album by Yoko Ono, released in early 1973. It represents a departure from the experimental avant-garde rock of her first two albums towards a more conventional pop/rock sound, while also dabbling in feminist rock.

    The 1997 CD re-issue on Rykodisc added two acoustic demos of songs from this era that were later released on 1981's Season of Glass.

    Released by: Apple
    Release date: Jan 8, 1973

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