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A7              E7   
Well... I got a woman, way over town
               A 
That's good to me, oh yeah
             D7          
Said I got a woman, way over town
        E7
Good to me, oh yeah
              A
She gives me money when I'm in need
              D7  
Yeah, she's a kind of friend indeed
         A             E7
I got a woman, way over town
               A D7    A  E7
That's good to me, oh yeah

Solo 
A E7 A7 D7   E7 A

- Bb , A -
She's there to love me

Both day and night

Never grumbles or fusses

Always treats me right

Never runnin' in the streets

Leavin' me alone

She knows a woman's place

Is right there, now, in the home


        A                E7
I got a woman, way over town
               A  D7    A7
That's good to me, oh yeah
            D7          
Said I got a woman, way over town
               E7
That's good to me, oh yeah
               A
Well, she's my baby, don't you understand
          D7     
Yeah, I'm her lovin' man, now
         A              E7
I got a woman, way over town
               A D7    A   E7 
That's good to me, oh yeah


A7
Well, don't you know she's all right

Well, don't you know she's all right

She's all right, she's all right    
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