I'm Just a Woman
|"I'm Just a Woman"|
|File:I'm Just a Woman - Bonnie Tyler.jpg|
|Single by Bonnie Tyler|
|from the album Goodbye to the Island|
|B-side||"Sitting on the Edge of the Ocean"|
|Songwriter(s)||Ronnie Scott & Steve Wolfe|
|Producer(s)||Ronnie Scott, Steve Wolfe|
|Bonnie Tyler singles chronology|
"I'm Just a Woman" is a song by Welsh singer Bonnie Tyler, released as a single from her 1981 album Goodbye to the Island by RCA Records. It was written by Tyler's at-the-time managers Ronnie Scott and Steve Wolfe. The B-side was the Spanish version of her previous single "Sitting on the Edge of the Ocean", titled "Sola a la Orilla del Mar".
The song failed to chart worldwide, featuring on the last album Tyler released with RCA Records, and the second-to-last single from that era of her career.
Background and release
After the release of her album Diamond Cut in 1979, Tyler's successful career began to decline. Tyler travelled to Vilhamoura in south Portugal to record her fourth studio album, Goodbye to the Island, which was released in 1981. The first single "I Believe in Your Sweet Love" was released in September 1979, which did not garner any chart success and was followed by almost a year's hiatus before "I'm Just a Woman" was released in the United Kingdom. The single was the first of Tyler's singles to be given a picture sleeve in the United Kingdom.
- Hendriks, Phil (2009). "Goodbye to the Island". In ''Goodbye to the Island'' (pp. 3–13) [CD booklet]. London: Cherry Red Records.
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