"Bring It on Home (To Your Woman)" as written by Norris D Wilson, Carmol Taylor and Joe Stampley....
Oh I've got a few good words to lay on everybody
It's about a man too blind to understand
The way I've treated my woman was a doggone pity
But we know there's a weakness in every man

Just like a fool I went and left my baby cryin'
A different kind of lovin' I had on my mind
But everybody that I met was either cheatin' or lyin'
When I get a good thing at home all the time

It's a lonely old feeling when you go from town to town
When you can't get the woman at home off your mind
I'm so tired of livin' in this new world that I've found
Lord I hope I didn't waste too much time

I gotta put my pride aside and call my baby
Gotta do it now can't wait another day
I dialed a number and I heard the voice of my lady
It blew my mind when I heard her say


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"Bring It on Home (To Your Woman)" as written by Carmol Taylor Joe Stampley

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