I Got a Woman
Elvis Presley Lyrics


Well, I've got a woman
Way cross town
She's good to me oh, yeah
Say. I've got a woman
Way cross town
She's good to me oh, yeah

She's here in the morning
Loving me
Yeah, she's a kind of friend to me

Well, I've got a woman
Way cross town
She's good to me oh, yeah

She says she love me early in the morning
Just for me
Oh, yeah she says she love me early in the morning
Just for me
Oh, yeah, she says she love me, just for me
yeah you know she loves ...

I've got a woman
Way cross town
She's good to me oh, yeah

She's there to love me both day and night
No groans or fusses, treats me right
Never running in the street
Leaving me alone
She knows a woman's place is around home at night

I've got a woman
Way cross town
She's good to me oh, yeah
Say. I've got a woman
Way cross town
She's good to me oh, yeah

Well, she's my baby
And I'm her loving man

I've got a woman
Way cross town
She's good to me oh, yeah

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Written by: Renald J. Richard, Ray Charles

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TFS

Well, I've got a woman
Way cross town
She's good to me oh, yeah
Say. I've got a woman
Way cross town
She's good to me oh, yeah

She's here in the morning,
loving me
Yeah, she's a kind of friend to me

She says she love me early in the morning
Just for me
Oh, yeah you know she loves me
Oh, naturally

She's there to love me both day and night
No groans or fusses, treats me right
Never running in the street
Loving me alone
She knows a woman's place is around home at night

Well, she's my baby
And I'm her loving man



Caleb Bunch

Well, I've got a woman
Way cross town
She's good to me oh, yeah
Say. I've got a woman
Way cross town
She's good to me oh, yeah

She's here in the morning,
loving me
Yeah, she's a kind of friend to me

She says she love me early in the morning
Just for me
Oh, yeah you know she loves me
Oh, naturally

She's there to love me both day and night
No groans or fusses, treats me right
Never running in the street
Loving me alone
She knows a woman's place is around home at night

Well, she's my baby
And I'm her loving man



The Killer

Yeah I read somewhere once that they changed up the tempo just to sync up everybody's cardiac arrhythmias. Lol.

Ya know, cause in the 1950s a typical American breakfast was; Eggs, Bacon, Sausage, Biscuits & Gravy(made with bacon grease), 14 cups of coffee. Extra salt....grits, toast. 3 extra egg yolks, & 1 entire 16oz. glass of unpasteurized milk.
After breakfast, hit the local drugstore for a nice Coca-Cola, or lemon phosphate which is a great choice for washing down 11 Benzedrine tablets....now you don't wanna be jittery at work so the pharmacist gives you barbiturates, under the table, no Rx required since there were no computers, ha.

All this & by 8am you've smoked 1 entire pack of unfiltered cigarettes.

Seriously, it's a miracle how healthy people were back then!!
I blame the internet.
Damn internet.
Making people obese since....the 1990s? Idc who knows...



All comments from YouTube:

George Vreeland Hill

It's 2020 and Elvis Presley is still the king.

paacer

Can't beat the 1950's Elvis, pure rock and roll .

Francis music dude

@Aaron Thompson you're 21 now I'm 16 hahaha new gen who likes old stuff

Nancy Pruitt

68, 69, & 70 Elvis may just top 50's Elvis. His voice is crazy. Anything from those 3 years are gold but anything from 68 is gold dipped in gold. In that year his voice is mind blowing.

Simon Hicken

Thats a R&B Song by Ray Charles ...

Aaron Thompson

paacer elvis, carl perkins, carl smith, jerry lee lewis, johnny cash then guys like chuck berry.. my oh my why cant we go back to 1956 where most of it started:( im one of the few 19yo's who hates todays music and loves the classic stuff like i just mentioned

Ween Fain

Imagine this man covering songs like this in the 50’s. Ray has always been my favorite but I took HUGE balls for Elvis to cover this in the south during this time. He really started it all. His voice is truly the greatest and most diverse any of our generations have seen or heard. He was a genius

Desi Hull

If this song doesn't get your leg shaking ,nothing else will.

Chris Monk

That's always attracted to Elvis Presley's music is this early stuff.
Just imagine the guts it took for Elvis to do these kind of songs in 1954-55-56. In the south no less. Black kids and whites were segregated. They each had there own schools...dinners.. Shops. Culture..music.. And they just didn't mix.. 18..19 year old Elvis Presley didn't care..he'd go to Beatle street. Buy his clothes in the black stores.. Hang around and listen to the blues being played on street corners. As well as the black gospel music at church..and country music he'd hear on the grand I'm opery.. By the time he stood in front of the Mic at sun records that July night in 54.. At 19 years old... Singing everything he could to impress Sam Phillips. Nothing was sounding right.. Nervous..eger to please.. During a coffee break. He started strumming his guitar.. Mixing all the music he loved in his head..gospel..blues..country. And that's alright mama came out of his mouth and music would never be the same..

Vince Townsend

Well put Chris - Jerry Lee was equally daring, crossing the tracks to hear black music. And the rest is rock n roll!

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