"My Lady and Me" as written by and Graeham George Goble....
My lady and me fought our way free from a shanty town
Parades of the blues were in every night
We slipped out of town with the morning's light

My lady and me wanted to see if we'd settle down
We're still on the make with a one man show
Gets harder to take, everyday we go
And when will it end, oh, we just don't know

A half dozen ladies tried to change my life-style
Promises and maybe, lead me astray, almost took me away
And we're ready, and were waiting patiently
For the time to come and be for my lady and me

Last night I had a thought of a house in the country
But this day is just another with everything in front of me
And my lady doesn't like it, but she won't say nothin' to me
We've been out here learnin' to love for a long time

And we're ready, yes, we're waiting patiently
For the time to come and be for my lady and me
Oh, my lady, oh, my lady, oh, my lady
Oh, my lady, oh, my lady

Oh, my lady and me fought our way free from a shanty town
Parades of the blues were in every night
We slipped out of town with the morning's light

My lady and me wanted to see if we'd settle down
We're still on the make with a one man show
Gets harder to take, everyday we go
And when it will end, oh, we just don't know
And when it will end, oh, we just don't know
And when it will end, oh, my lady


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"My Lady and Me" as written by Graham George Goble Graeham George Goble

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