Woman of the World (Aerosmith song)

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"Woman of the World"
Song by Aerosmith
Released March 1, 1974
Format 7"
Recorded 1973 to 1974 at the Record Plant Studios.
Genre Hard rock, blues rock
Length 5:50
Label Columbia
Writer Steven Tyler, Don Solomon
Producer Jack Douglas

"Woman of the World" is a song by American hard-rock band, Aerosmith on their second album, Get Your Wings. "Woman of the World" was written by Steven Tyler and former Chain Reaction band-mate, Don Solomon.

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The song was performed constantly during the mid-seventies. The B-Side to the song is "Spaced." The first time it was played was on April 7, 1974 at the Michigan Palace in Detroit.[1] At Aerosmith's latest show in Atlanta on July 26, 2012, they performed a small piece of the song,[2] Steven sang the first verse while Joe played riff. Lead-guitarist, Joe Perry hinted that the song could be performed on the second leg of their current Global Warming Tour, along with "Pandora's Box", and "Write Me a Letter".

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