"Can't You See" as written by Joseph P. Howell, Randall Garth Ryan, Mark South, Terri E. Robinson, James Brown, Fred A. Jr. Wesley, Sean J. Combs, John H. Starks and Herb Middleton....
I'm gonna take a freight train down at the station, Lord
I don't care where it goes
I'm gonna climb a mountain, the highest mountain, Lord
I'm gonna jump off, ain't nobody, ain't nobody gonna know
Can't you see, oh, can't you see
What that woman, Lord
She been doin' to me
Can't you see, oh, can't you see
What that woman, she been doin' to me

I'm gonna buy a ticket as far as I can
I ain't never comin' back
I'm gonna take me that south-bound
All the way to Georgia now
Till the train it run out of track
Can't you see, oh, can't you see
What that woman, she plain done to me
Can't you see, oh, can't you see
What that woman, she went and done to me

Gonna take a south-bound
All the way to Georgia now
I ain't never comin'
Oh can't you see, oh, can't you see
What that woman, she went and done to me
Oh can't you see, oh, can't you see
What that woman, she went and done to me

Can't 'cha, can't 'cha, can't 'cha
See what she done

Can't you see, oh, can't you see
What that woman, she went and done to me
Oh can't you see, oh, can't you see
What that woman, she went and done to me

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"Can't You See" as written by Toy Caldwell

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