"Sixteen Women" as written by and Coyne/clague/cudworth....
Oh yeah, oh, alright
Well, sixteen women live in my home town
You know that sixteen women live in my home town
Fifteen love me, the other tries to put me down

My mother hates me, she don't call my name
My mother hates me, she don't call my name
Everything that happens, she says I'm to blame

When I go home, I take my bag and I rest
Yes, when I go home, I take my bag and I rest
Well, I talk to my sister and get things off my chest

Yeah, yeah, oh
Well, yeah, boy you're good

Well, Mabel loves me, Lucille hates my name
You know Mabel loves me and Lucille hates my name
My father's crazy, he's about half insane

Sixteen women live in my home town
Sixteen women live in my home town, well yeah
Fifteen love me, the other tries to put me down, down, down

Boy that's good, oh yeah

Sixteen women live in my home town, yeah
Oh, sixteen women live in my home town, yeah
Fifteen love me, the other tries to put me down
Down, down, down, yeah
Others try to put me down


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