"Down And Out Woman" as written by and Burton Cummings Domenic Troiano....
They say that misery loves company
Maybe that's why I'm lovin' you.
But I've sure been hangin' around you a lot
Since your old man said you were through,
Down and out woman
I love the way you do what you do,
Down and out woman, woman-child,
I want to get down, down, down with you.

I know you've had your tribulations
A good man is never easy to find,
But I'll put the sparkle back there in your eyes
And you can leave the others all behind,
Down and out woman
I love the way you look when you're blue,
Down and out woman, woman-child,
I want to get down, down, down with you.

Do you remember that day you told me
How long the lonely nights could be?
Well I'm just the kind to put ‘em out of your mind
Now honey, try and get next to me,
Down and out woman
You're lookin' awful cute when you're blue,
Down and out woman, woman-child,
I want to get down, down, with you.


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"Down and Out Woman" as written by Domenic Michael Anthon Troiano Burton Cummings

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