"Glory Woman" as written by Malcolm James Allured, David Frederick Bartram, Romeo Alexander Challenger, Roderick Sinclair Deas, James Lewis Russell Field, William George Gask, Al. James and Trevor Leslie Oakes....
When I first saw ya, it took a while to know,
Do you really look like that or is it just a show,
Put on your hat and coat and take me anyway, anyday.
If I catch you cheatin', or hiding behind my back,
Girl don't you laugh at me, I don't like it like that,
Put on your hat and coat and take me anyway, anyday.
Glory woman, I'm your man,
Let me write a letter when I can.
Glory woman, I'm your man,
Let me write a letter when I can.
When I first saw ya, it took a while to know,
Do you really look like that, or is it just a show,
Put on your hat and coat and take me anyway, anyday.
Glory woman, I'm your man,
Let me write a letter when I can.
Glory woman I'm your man,
Let me write a letter when I can.
Glory woman, I'm your man, your man,
Let me write a letter when I can.
Glory woman, I'm your man,
Let me write a letter when I can.


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"Glory Woman" as written by David Frederick Bartram Al. James

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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