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lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use, this is a classic
song written and recorded by Marty Robbins. It's not a difficult song
to sing and play, it has simple chords with a pretty melody.
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Devil Woman Written and recorded by Marty Robbins
C G7 I told Mary about us I told her about our great sin C Mary cried and forgave me and Mary took me back again C7 F Said if I wanted my freedom I could be free evermore C G7 C But I don't wanna be and I don't wanna see Mary cry anymore
G7 C Oh devil woman devil woman let go of me G7 C Devil woman let me be and leave me alone I wanna go home
G7 Mary is waitin' and weepin' down in our shack by the sea C Even after I've hurt her Mary's still in love with me C7 F Devil woman it's over trapped no more by your charms C G7 C Cause I don't wanna stay I wanna get away woman let go of my arm
G7 Devil woman you're evil like the dark coral reef C Like the winds that bring high tides you bring sorrow and grief C7 F You made me ashamed to face Mary I barely had the strength to tell C G7 C Skies're not so black Mary took me back Mary has broken your spell
G7 Running along by the seashore running as fast as I can C Even the seagulls are happy glad I'm coming home again C7 F Never again will I ever cause another tear to fall C G7 C Down the beach I see what belongs to me the one I want most of all
G7 C Oh devil woman devil woman don't follow me G7 C Devil woman let me be and leave me alone I'm going back home
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