a Natural Woman
Aretha Franklin Lyrics


Looking out on the morning rain
I used to feel so uninspired
And when I knew I had to face another day
Lord, it made me feel so tired
Before the day I met you, life was so unkind
But you're the key to my peace of mind

'Cause you make me feel
You make me feel
You make me feel like a natural woman (woman)

When my soul was in the lost and found
You came along to claim it
I didn't know just what was wrong with me
'Til your kiss helped me name it
Now I'm no longer doubtful, of what I'm living for
And if I make you happy I don't need to do more

'Cause you make me feel
You make me feel
You make me feel like a natural woman (woman)

Oh, baby, what you've done to me (what you've done to me)
You make me feel so good inside (good inside)
And I just want to be (want to be)
Close to you, you make me feel so alive

You make me feel
You make me feel
You make me feel like a natural woman (woman)

You make me feel
You make me feel
You make me feel like a natural woman (woman)

You make me feel
You make me feel

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Written by: Gerry Goffin, Carole King, Jerry Wexler

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László Annamária

Looking out on the morning rain
I used to feel so uninspired
And when I knew I had to face another day
Lord, it made me feel so tired
Before the day I met you, life was so unkind
But you're the key to my peace of mind
'Cause you make me feel
You make me feel
You make me feel like a natural woman (woman)
When my soul was in the lost and found
You came along to claim it
I didn't know just what was wrong with me
'Til your kiss helped me name it
Now I'm no longer doubtful, of what I'm living for
And if I make you happy I don't need to do more
'Cause you make me feel
You make me feel
You make me feel like a natural woman (woman)
Oh, baby, what you've done to me (what you've done to me)
You make me feel so good inside (good inside)
And I just want to be (want to be)
Close to you, you make me feel so alive
You make me feel
You make me feel
You make me feel like a natural woman (woman)
You make me feel
You make me feel
You make me feel like a natural woman (woman)
You make me feel
You make me feel



Rita

Looking out on the morning rain
I used to feel so uninspired
And when I knew I had to face another day
Lord, it made me feel so tired
Before the day I met you, life was so unkind
But you're the key to my peace of mind
'Cause you make me feel
You make me feel
You make me feel like a natural woman (woman)
When my soul was in the lost and found
You came along to claim it
I didn't know just what was wrong with me
'Til your kiss helped me name it
Now I'm no longer doubtful, of what I'm living for
And if I make you happy I don't need to do more
'Cause you make me feel
You make me feel
You make me feel like a natural woman (woman)
Oh, baby, what you've done to me (what you've done to me)
You make me feel so good inside (good inside)
And I just want to be (want to be)
Close to you, you make me feel so alive
You make me feel
You make me feel
You make me feel like a natural woman (woman)
You make me feel
You make me feel
You make me feel like a natural woman (woman)
You make me feel
You make me feel



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Margaret Martin

The ONE, the ONLY, Aretha Franklin. Keep singin' it to the heavens, sister!

DR LEWIS

I'm sitting here this morning my heart is in pain this song is ministering to me. And I was singing looking out on this morning's pain oh I am feeling uninspired and I'm feeling tired. But I've got to face another day oh and the Lord will lift my head up higher! And I'm so thankful I'm thankful. Well good music that ministers to your soul! Growing up with Aretha Franklin!

Dixie Burge

I nearly cry every time I listen to this most righteous of all songs! No one could have sung it like The Queen of Soul.

Dixie Burge

@Stevie Sevieria, she does a good job, but my lordy, Aretha is the goddess of singers!

Stevie Sevieria

I prefer Carole singing it herself. Just her and the piano without the violins, backing singers, etc.

Harmony Trevino

I cry everytime

Anneke van der Puije

crying

Janelle Rodgers

Beautiful song!!! If I could only sing it a little bit!!! 😀

Cynthia Jahi

This song is so “for real!” Her voice is so strong and beautiful. She is one of the first “Soul music artist” that woke me up in the mid 1960’s. We could stay up a little later if “ Aretha Franklin “ was performing on any TV show. It seemed like my brother Raymond and I always had money for a “ 45 record “, now that is back in the day.

Mike Robinson

YES yes Yes, l remember them good old days. We would run down to the record store soon as we heard it a new song that we liked on the radio. That's back when there were only a few black Superstar soul singing artists : Aretha, James Brown, Marvin, Gladys Knight & the Pips, Staple singers Diana Ross & the Supremes, Al Green, BB King, Temptations, 4 Tops etc. And all these Superstar artist represented Class & no ignorance. Going to the family reunion - family of all ages listened & loved the same music. There was no separation of music bcuz of ignorant cursing like in hip hop. Whatever dirty laundry we did in the street stayed in the street & wasn't prostituted to the world as representative of black people in the name of a once positive but now turn ignorant hip Hop music culture

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