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Oh Woman lyrics and chords

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Oh Woman
Written and recorded by Nat Stuckey

C Am
I just play like I'm asleep when she comes in
D7 G7
But the truth of it is I ain't closed my eyes all night
I've been a layin' here a thinkin'
Of the places where she's probably been
C G7
And a which of her so called friends
Been a holdin' her tight tonight

Oh woman you're about as wicked as a woman can be
C D7 G7
No woman can get away with what you're doin' to me
So woman you might as well start a packing your stuff
C Am D7 G7 C
And go woman but tomorrow mornin's soon enough

She'll come tippy toeing in tryin' to be as quiet as a mouse
D7 G7
And if I open my eyes all those alibis begin
She'll swear she's sober when she's lucky
She could find the house
Cause there ain't a honky tonk
G7 C F C
On this side of town she ain't been in

repeat #2

D7 G7 C
I guess tomorrow mornin's soon enough
D7 G7 C
I think a tomorrow mornin's soon enough


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