18 Til I Die - Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman?

Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman? Letra

Bryan Adams

LETRA

Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman? (Letra/Lyrics)

To really love a woman
To understand her -
you gotta know her deep inside
Hear every thought -
see every dream
N' give her wings -
when she wants to fly
Then when you find
yourself lyin' helpless in her arms
Ya know ya really love a woman

When you love a woman you tell her
that she's really wanted
When you love a woman
you tell her that she's the one
Cuz she needs somebody to tell her
that it's gonna last forever
So tell me have you ever really
- really really ever loved a woman?

To really love a woman
Let her hold you -
til ya know how she needs to be touched
You've gotta breathe her - really taste her
Til you can feel her in your blood
N' when you can see your
unborn children in her eyes
Ya know ya really love a woman

When you love a woman
you tell her that she's really wanted
When you love a woman
you tell her that she's the one
Cuz she needs somebody to tell her
that you'll always be together
So tell me have you ever really -
really really ever loved a woman?

You got to give her some faith - hold her tight
A little tenderness - gotta treat her right
She will be there for you, takin' good care of you
Ya really gotta love your woman.

Datos de esta canción

HAVE YOU EVER REALLY LOVED A WOMAN? es una canción de Bryan Adams que se estrenó el , este tema está incluido dentro del disco 18 Til I Die. Agradecemos a lau_vico por haber sudido la letra de Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman?.

Sobre Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman?

  • "Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman" es una canción escrita por Bryan Adams, Michael Kamen y Robert John "Mutt" Lange, y grabada por Adams para la película Don Juan DeMarco.

  • La melodía se utiliza como motivo musical a lo largo de la película "Don Juan DeMarco", y la canción aparece tres veces en la película, dos veces interpretada por otros artistas en español, y finalmente interpretada por el propio Adams durante los créditos finales.

  • La versión Adams de la canción, que cuenta con la participación del guitarrista flamenco Paco de Lucía, aparece en la banda sonora y también en el álbum 18 til I Die.

  • El video musical fue grabado en España en Casa los Pavos Reales, Málaga. Protagonizada por Cecilie Thomsen y Amira Casar. Fue dirigida por el director de video musical Anton Corbijn y estrenada y emitida en mayo de 1995.