"You Were On My Mind" as written by and Sylvia Fricker....
When I woke up this morning
You were on my mind
And you were on my mind
I got troubles, whoa-oh
I got worries, whoa-oh
I got wounds to bind
So I went to the corner
Just to ease my pains
Yeah, just to ease my pains
I got troubles, whoa-oh
I got worries, whoa-oh
I came home again
When I woke up this morning
You were on my mi-i-i-ind and
You were on my mind
I got troubles, whoa-oh
I got worries, whoa-oh
I got wounds to bind
And I got a feelin'
Down in my sho-oo-oo-oes, said
Way down in my sho-oo-oes
Yeah, I got to ramble, whoa-oh
I got to move on, whoa-oh
I got to walk away my blues
When I woke up this morning
You were on my mind
You were on my mind
I got troubles, whoa-oh
I got worries, whoa-oh
I got wounds to bind


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"You Were on My Mind" as written by Sylvia Fricker

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    General CommentBetter things to think about than you...song's meaning
    bjorton February 29, 2012   Link
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    General CommentI thought everyone from the 60's knew this song was about a heroin addict? Great song, love the tune, but come on read those lyrics!
    bobpa49eron September 20, 2015   Link
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    General CommentFunny - I heard this was about cocaine and not heroin.
    ShariePon January 07, 2016   Link

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