"I Can Say She's Allright" as written by and Bobby/wood Womack....
I don't pretend to be near
I hardly know her at all
I don't pretend to see clearer
I only know what I know

Your disaffected ? girl is all right
She never makes me feel uptight
She's always doing what I like
It's why I always treat her right

From the outside looking in
My friends can't really understand it
But from the inside looking out
I like what she's all about
Every time I run away
I never stay away too long
I've tried so hard to shake the feeling
The feeling keep's coming on

I can say she's allright
She's my morning and my noon and night
She's always doing things I like
That's why I gotta treat her right

Every time I run away
I never stay away too long
I've tried so hard to shake the feeling
But it sure keeps coming on

I can say she's allright
She's my morning and my noon and night
She's always doing things I like
That's why I gotta treat her right

I can say she's allright
I can say she's allright
I can say she's allright
I can say she's allright
I can say she's allright
I can say she's allright

Your disaffected girl is all right
She never makes me feel uptight
She's always doing what I like
It's that I always treat her right

I may be good for her
Now I got what I want
Ain't nothing in that space for me no more
Cuz it's all getting wrong ?
Anything is possible
If you only believe
But it's all about what you wanted
I got a higher reach ?

I can say she's allright
She's my morning and my noon and night
She's always doing things I like
She'll always make that something nice

I can say she's allright
I can say she's allright
I can say she's allright
I can say she's allright


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"I Can Say She's Allright" as written by Ron Wood Bobby Womack

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