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Deep Purple

Strange Kind Of Woman

Hard Rock
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Strange Kind of Woman is a song by British rock band Deep Purple that was originally released as a follow up single after “Black Night” in early 1971. The song also became a hit, peaking at #8 on UK charts, and later appeared on the re-release of their 1971 album Fireball. The track was also released on the US edition of Fireball, in lieu of the UK version’s track Demon’s Eye. Read on...

Song lines: ♪ I want you, I need you, I gotta be near you ... I spent my money as I took my turn ... Ooh, I got a strange kind of woman, yes I have

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More songs by Deep Purple (See Charts): You Can'T Do It Right, Call Of The Wild, Demon’s Eye, Maybe I’m A Leo, No One Came, Sail Away, Wasted Sunsets, Son Of Alerik, Might Just Take Your Life, and The Battle Rages On.

Popular in Hard Rock (See Charts): Sweet Child O' Mine, We Are The Champions, You Shook Me All Night Long, Whole Lotta Love, Won'T Get Fooled Again, Walk This Way, Eye Of The Tiger, Back In Black, You Really Got Me, and Highway To Hell.


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