I got a woman

Ray Charles

Score: 50
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Played: 3701

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Ray Charles

Released: 23 Dec 2008

Wiki:

"I Got a Woman" was originally recorded in 1954, earning Ray Charles his first #1 R&B hit. It was subsequently released on his self-titled LP in 1957.

Lyrics:

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[Intro] Well [Chorus] I got a woman, way over town That's good to me, oh yeah Say I got a woman, way over town Good to me, oh yeah She give me money when I'm in need Yeah, she's a kind of friend indeed I got a woman, way over town That's good to me, oh yeah [Verse 1] She saves her lovin', early in the mornin' Just for me, oh yeah She saves her lovin', early in the mornin' Just for me, oh yeah She saves her lovin', just for me Aah, she loves me, so tenderly I got a woman, way over town That's good to me, oh yeah [Saxophone Solo] [Verse 2] She's there to love me Both day and night Never grumbles or fusses Always treats me right Never runnin' in the streets And leavin' me alone She knows a woman's place Is right there, now, in her home [Chorus] I got a woman, way over town That's good to me, oh yeah Say I got a woman, way over town That's good to me, oh yeah Oh she's my baby, oh don't you understand Yeah, and I'm her lover man I got a woman, way over town That's good to me, oh yeah [Outro] Oh, don't you know she's all right Oh, don't you know she's all right She's all right, she's all right Whoa yeah, oh yeah, oh yeah