"I've Got a Woman" as written by and Ray/richard Charles....
Well, I've got a woman
Way over town
That's good to me oh, yeah
Say I've got a woman
Way over town
That's good to me oh, yeah
She give me money
When I'm in need
Yeah, she's a kind of friend indeed
I've got a woman
Way over town
That's good to me oh, yeah
She saves her lovin' early in the morning
Just for me
She saves her lovin' early in the morning
Just for me
She saves her lovin' just for me
She loves me so tenderly
Well, I've got a woman
Way over town
That's good to me oh, yeah
She's there to love me both day and night
Never grumbles or fusses, always treats me right
Never runnin' in the streets, and leavin' me alone
She knows a woman's place is right there now in her home
Well, I've got a woman
Way over town
That's good to me oh, yeah
Say I've got a woman
Way over town
That's good to me oh, yeah
Well, she's my baby
Don't you understand
And I'm her loving man
I've got a woman
Way over town
That's good to me oh, yeah
Don't you know she's alright
Don't you know she's alright
She's alright, she's alright


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

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