"Minglewood Blues" as written by and Christopher Day Fuqua Jay Ketcham Secor....
Well don't you never let no woman rule your mind
Don't you never let no woman rule your mind
Well she'll leave you troubled, worried all the time

Well I got a letter mama and you ought to heard what it read
Lord I got a letter mama and you ought to heard what it read
If you're comin' back baby now's your only chance

Don't you never let no woman rule your mind
Well don't you never let no woman rule your mind
Well she'll leave you troubled, worried all the time

So don't you wish that your fair girl was li'l and cute like mine
Boy don't you wish that your fair girl was li'l and cute like mine
Well she's a married woman, Lord she comes to see me some time

Don't you never let no woman rule your mind
Don't you never let no woman rule your mind
Well she'll leave you troubled, and worried all the time

Well don't you never let no woman rule your mind
Don't you never let no woman rule your mind
Well she'll leave you troubled, worried all the time

She'll leave you troubled, worried all the time



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"Minglewood Blues" as written by Kevin Paul Hayes Critter Fuqua

Lyrics © Downtown Music Publishing

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