"Women In Chains" as written by Harold Eugene Tipton, Ronnie Brooks and Tom Deluca....
Mary wears a red dress every night
Her opposites are corner lights
Working for the man who keeps her in her place
Working late
Sister secretary sweats all day
Underneath the bosses phone
Back to see him after hours for a raise
What a shame
We got our women in chains
Women in chains
What good are women in chains?
Isn't it strange, people are afraid to change
We got our women in chains

Suzie, mother, housewife scrubs the floor
Always drives the kids to school
Never keeps her husband waiting for a meal
Such a deal

He goes on a bender, she stays home
Waiting for another fight
The booze is in the bedroom mirror never faid
She's afraid

We got our women in chains
Women in chains
What good are women in chains?
Isn't it strange, people are afraid to change
We got our women in chains

You don't have to wear your cuffs tonight
You don't have to be a slave
You don't have to buy your freedom with your pain
It's a shame

We got our women in chains
Women in chains
What good are women in chains?
Isn't it strange, people are afraid to change

We got our women in chains
Women in chains
What good are women in chains?
Isn't it strange, people are afraid to change

We got our women in chains
Women in chains
Women in chains
We got our women in chains
We got our women in chains






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"Women in Chains" as written by Ronnie Brooks Harold Eugene Tipton

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