Glen Campbell For My Woman’s Love

Like the first apartment that we had that bompy little couch that made into a bed

Shower down the hall and footsteps through the wood she said it’s just fine

Times were hard for us for quite a while

But through those hungry days she faced it with a smile

Not wanting me to know she’s carrying my child she tried to ease my mind

And for my woman’s love for my woman’s love

Each day I thank the Lord above for my sweet woman’s love

Through the years of moving town to town

Still searching for a dream somehow we never found

And wondering if we would ever settle down her love never died

And if I have many things today I owe it to the love I had along the way

No matter what went wrong no matter come what may she stood by my side

And for my woman’s love…

For my woman’s love…