"I Got a Woman" as written by Renald Richard and Ray Charles....
Well, I got a woman way cross town
She's good to me, oh ho yeah
Said I got a woman way cross town
She's good to me, oh yeah

She gives me money every time I need
Yes, you know she's a kind of friend indeed
Said I got a woman way cross town
She's good to me, oh ho yeah

She says she loves me early in the morning
Just for me, oh ho yeah
She says she loves me early in the morning
Just for me, oh yeah

She says she loves me just for me, yeah
You know she loves me so tenderly
Said I got a woman way cross town
She's good to me, oh yeah
Ow!

She's there to love me
All day and night
Never grumbles or fusses
Just treats me right
Never runnin' in the streets
Leave me alone
She knows a woman's place
Is right back there with her hanging around the home

Got a woman way cross town
She's good to me, oh yeah
Well, I got a woman way cross town
She's good to me, oh yeah

Well, she's my baby, don't you understand
That I, I, I, I, I'm her loving man
Said I got a woman way cross town
She's good to me, oh ho yeah

Well, that much is alright
Well, that much is alright

I got a woman
Way cross town
She's good to me
Oh ho ho yeah


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"I Got a Woman" as written by Ray Charles Renald Richard

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    General CommentAvailable on the Oldies collection of 1994, with Tony Sheridan, among other CD's.
    Bobo192on March 08, 2003   Link
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    General CommentAn old Ray Charles song, which was originally a gospel song. Elvis and I believe the Monkees covered this as well.
    MrLongroveon April 08, 2005   Link

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