I worked all the winter and I worked all the fall
I've got to wait until spring to get my ashes hauled
And now I'm tired, tired as I can be
And I'm goin' back home, where these blues don't worry me
I'm a free-hearted woman, I let you spend my dough
And you never did win, you kept on askin' for more
And now I'm tired, I ain't gonna do it no more
And when I leave you this time, you won't know where I go
My house rent's due, they done put me outdoors
And here you ridin' 'round here in a V-8 Ford
I done got tired of your lowdown dirty ways
And your sisters say you've been dirty, dirty all your days
I never will forget when the times was good
I caught you standin' out yonder, in the Piney Woods
And now I'm tired, tired as I can be
And I'm goin' back South to my used-to-be


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