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Cheatin' Woman

This song is by Jack Kelly & His South Memphis Jug Band and appears on the album (1933-1939) (1990).

Did you ever wake up in the morning, with the blues all 'round your bed?
Did you ever wake up in the morning, with the blues all 'round your bed?
Spoken: Yeah, boy!
Thought about your good friend, these are the words you said

"I believe to my soul, woman, Great God, something's going on wrong
I believe to my soul, woman, Great God, something's going on wrong
I couldn't rest last night. I been worried all day long"

Spoken: Play it, boy!

You can always tell when your wife ain't treatin' you right
You can always tell when your wife ain't treatin' you right
Spoken: Why?
She mistreats you, talkin', with a fresh man ev'y night

When you come in, she have a towel tied on her head
When you come in, she have a towel tied on her head
"Husband, your stuff ain't done, I been layin' sick in the bed"

Then you send for the doctor, doctor walk through your door
Then you send for the doctor, doctor walk through your door
"Man, your wife ain't sick--she just don't want you no more"

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