"Sanctified Woman" as written by and Charles Gray Richard Turner....
I went looking for a sanctified woman
She was just the kind of woman I was hoping to find
I left home in the middle of December
She's the only kind of woman who could keep me in line, come on

Well, I found a girl, just across the line in Georgia
She was living by the highway in a pink double-wide
We left town in a 7-9 Camaro
Had a bag full of nothing and a bottle of wine

Can't you see me go up in flame?
Can't you hear me screaming your name?
I need some redemption today
From that sanctified woman
From that sanctified woman

I went back to my home in Alabama
Saw my daddy in the driveway with a tear in his eye
He said, "Son, what you doing with that woman?"
Said, "I got to keep on running before I run out of time."

Can't you see me go up in flame?
Can't you hear me screaming your name?
I need some redemption today
From that sanctified woman of mine
From that sanctified, sanctify

I don't even know, I don't even know
What we're gonna do, where we're gonna go
I don't wanna know, I don't wanna know
Well, we got to go somewhere cause we sure ain't got no home

I went looking for a sanctified woman
She was just the kind of woman I was hoping to find

Can't you see me go up in flame?
Can't you hear me screaming your name?
I need some redemption today
From that sanctified woman of mine
From that sanctified woman

Can't you see me go up in flames?
Can't you hear me screaming your name?
I need some redemption today
From that sanctified woman of mine
From that sanctified woman, she's mine
From that sanctified woman of mine
From that sanctified


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