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One Man Woman One Woman Man Recorded by Jim Ed Brown with Helen Cornelius Written by Paul Anka
G7 C G7 C You caught me fooling around with somebody new G7 Am C You caught me fooling around now I'm losing you D7 G7 D7 G7 Cause you're a one man woman you're a one man woman D7 G7 D7 G7 C G7 Oh you're a one man woman but I'm a two timing man
C G7 C The nights you left me alone and you disappeared G7 Am C The nights I sat by the phone just waiting here D7 G7 D7 G7 Cause I'm a one man woman yes I'm a one man woman D7 G7 D7 G7 C Oh I'm a one man woman but you're a two timing man
F G7 Oh baby you know I'm sorry F G7 Oh sure it's the same old story C E7 And I'll keep coming back and I let you F G7 Cause I'd rather forgive than forget you
C G7 C Now I won't need no chains to tie me down G7 Am C You lost your way my love but now you've found D7 G7 D7 G7 That I'm a one man woman yes you're a one man woman D7 G7 D7 G7 C Oh I'm a one man woman but I'm a two timing man
D7 G7 D7 G7 C I'm a one man woman now I'll be a one woman man D7 G7 D7 G7 You're a one man woman honey I'm a one man woman D7 G7 D7 G7 C Yes you're a one man woman and you're a one woman man
D7 G7 D7 G7 Oh I'm a one man woman yes you're a one man woman D7 G7 D7 G7 C Honey I'm a one man woman I'll be your one woman man
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