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Barbara Mandrell
"I'm Not Your Superwoman" lyrics

I'm Not Your Superwoman

Early in the morning
I put breakfast at your table
And make sure that your coffee
Has its sugar and cream
Your eggs are over easy
Your toast done lightly
All that's missing
Is your morning kiss
That use to greet me

Now you say the juice is sour
It used to be so sweet
And I can't help but wonder
If you're talking about me

We don't talk the way we used to talk
It's hurting so deep
I've got my pride
I will not cry
But it's making me weak

I'm not your Superwoman
I'm not the kind of girl
That you can let down
And think that everything's okay
Boy, I am only human
This girl needs more
Than occasional hugs
As a token of love
From you to me

I fought my way through the rush hour
Trying to make it home
Just for you
I want to make sure
That your dinner
Will be waiting for you
When you get there
You just tell me
You're not hungry at all
You said you'd rather read the paper
And you don't want to talk

You'd like to think
That I'm just crazy
When I say that you've changed
I'm convinced I know the problem
You don't love me the same
You're just going through the motions
And you're not being fair
I've got my pride
I will not cry
Still I can't help but care

I'm not your Superwoman
And I'm not the kind of girl
That you can let down
And think that everything's okay
Boy, I am only human
This girl needs more
Than occasional hugs
As a token of love

I'm not your Superwoman
No, I'm not the kind of girl
That you can let down
And think that everything's okay
Boy, I am only human
This girl needs more
Than occasional hugs
As a token of love