“In a monotonous way, it's quite tongue-and-cheek. The wonderful woman is actually an incredibly vicious person but still at the end of the day she had this. "In a monotonous way, it's quite tongue-and-cheek. The wonderful woman is actually an incredibly vicious person but still at the end of the day she had this. There are 12 confirmed live performances of the song between the moment it re-emerged into the Smiths' set as "Wonderful Woman" in early June and the. "This Charming Man" is a song by the English rock band the Smiths, written by guitarist "Jeane"; "Accept Yourself"; "Wonderful Woman". source of Smiths recordings as several officially released songs are the studio versions of "Accept Yourself" and "Wonderful Woman". View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Wonderful Woman" on Discogs. Check out Wonderful Woman ( Remaster) by The Smiths on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on The Smiths - Wonderful Woman (live) Here her head she lay Until she′d rise and say "I'm starved of mirth Let′s go and trip a dwarf" Oh, what to be done with. The Smiths Wonderful Woman lyrics: Here her head, she lay / Until she'd rise and say / "I'm starved of mirt. Wonderful Woman Lyrics by The Smiths from the The Sound of the Smiths [Deluxe Edition] album - including song video, artist biography, translations and.