"See-line Woman" as written by George Bass and Nina Simone....
Yeah yeah yeah yeah
Alright ye

See-line woman
She drink coffee
She drink tea
And then go home
See-line woman

See-line woman
Dressed in green
Wears silk stockings
With golden seams
See-line woman

See-line woman
Dressed in red
Make a man lose his head
See-line woman

See-line woman
Black dress on
For a thousand dollars
She wail and she moan
See-line woman

Wiggle wiggle
Turn like a cat
Wink at a man
And he wink back
Now child
See-line woman

Empty his pockets
And wreck his days
Make him love her
And she'll fly away

See-line woman
Take it on out now
Empty his pockets
And she wreck his days
And she make him love her
Then she sure fly away
She got a black dress on
For a thousand dollars
She wail and she moan

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"See-Line Woman" as written by Nina Simone George Bass

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    General CommentI was just on the Feist page for "sea lion woman"

    One of the people commented that if you think about it, say it fast, or hear it the way you'd want it to be heard, it would be like "see lyin' woman" ....
    like see the lyin' woman

    :-P makes sense
    KillerCerealxon February 18, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI am still curious of the origins of the word "see-line".
    marko86on January 28, 2009   Link

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