"I Got a Woman" as written by Renald Richard and Ray Charles....
I Got a Woman
I got a woman - way over town
She's good to me - oh yeah
Well I got a woman - way over town
She's good to me - oh yeah
She's mine when I'm in need
She's kind - a friend indeed
Yeah I got a woman - way over town
She's good to me - oh yeah

She saves her loving - early in the morning
Just for me - oh yeah
She saves her loving - early in the morning
Just for me
Oh, she saves her loving just for me
Oh, she loves me so tenderly
Yeah I got a woman - way over town
She's good to me - she's good, she's good, she's good

She's there to love me both day and night
Never grumble about the fussing - always treat me right
Never runnin' in the streets - no leaving me alone
She knows a woman's place is right back there in the home

I got a woman - way over town
She's good to me - oh yeah
Now I got a woman - way over town
She's good to me - oh, oh
She's my baby - don't you understand?
I'm her loving man
Yeah I got a woman - way over town
She's good to me - oh yeah

Don't you think she's alright?
Don't you think she's alright?
She's alright - she's alright now
She's my little Diane
No Runaround Sue
She ain't no Mata Hari
No, no - no, no --
She's alright - she's alright
She's alright - she's alright now


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"I Got a Woman" as written by Ray Charles Renald Richard

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