"I Ain't The One" as written by Ronnie Van Zant and Gary Robert Rossington....
Now I'll tell you plainly, baby, what a plan to do
Say, I may be crazy, woman, but I ain't no fool
Your daddy's rich, mama, and you're overdue
but I ain't the one, baby, been messin' with you
Got bells in your mind, lady, and it's easy to see
I think it's time for me to move along, I do believe
Or are you tryin' to put a hook on me, oh no?

Now you're talkin' jive, woman, when you say to me
that your daddy's gonna take us in, mama, 'n take care of me
You know and I know, woman, I ain't the one
I never hurt you, sweetheart, said, I never pulled my gun
Got bells in your mind, mama, and it's easy to see
I think it's time for me to move along, I do believe
Time for me to put my boots out in the street

Now you're talkin' jive, woman, when you say to me
that your daddy's gonna take us in, mama, 'n take care of me
You know and I know, woman, I ain't the one
I never hurt you, sweetheart, said, I never pulled my gun
Got bells in your mind, mama, and it's easy to see
I think it's time for me to move along, I do believe
Oh, I must be in the middle of some kinda conspiracy


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"I Aint The One" as written by Ronnie Van Zant Gary Robert Rossington

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    General CommentThere are two versions of this song, the less known version can be found on Skynyrd's First: The Complete Muscle Shoals Album.
    Millermagicon August 12, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIt was written about a true event in which a girl came up to Ronnie saying she was having his baby. She was known to been around the block a few times. and her Dad was pushing for them to get married
    derek33mon August 14, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI take this one as a girl who thinks she has a hold on a Ronnie....trying to put a hook into me....He daddy is rich but he ain't the one...it's time for him to be moving on...boots walk on!

    Like many others...a classic love em and leave em Skynyrd song!!!
    franky2stepson April 23, 2009   Link
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    General CommentHer daddy...
    franky2stepson April 23, 2009   Link

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