Woman to Woman (Beverley Craven song)
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|"Woman To Woman"|
|Single by Beverley Craven|
|from the album Beverley Craven|
|Format||7", 12", CD single,|
|Label||Epic (U.S.), CBS (UK)|
|Beverley Craven singles chronology|
Woman To Woman is a song by British singer Beverley Craven, included on her self-titled debut album.
"Woman To Woman" was released as the album's third single in late 1990. As with the previous singles, it failed to chart in the UK. However, after the success of the single "Promise Me", the single was re-released, with a new cover art, in September 1991. This time it peaked at number 40 in the UK charts.
The song's lyrics talk about a friend who ignores her friendships once she falls in love. As with most of her lyrics, Craven took inspiration from her real-life experiences, and in concerts has revealed that the subject of this song is her friend Alison Goldfrapp. "Woman to Woman" is one of the few uptempo cuts from her debut album, and features a harmonica solo by Frank Mead.
|Irish Singles Chart||28|
|UK Singles Chart||40|
|German Singles Chart||55|