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on white collared street
The next morning my Washington woman woke up without me

From city to city, and state to state, I get her in shame
My Washington
she's in Tennessee
And the one in my heart, don't even give a darn for me

I used to say a married woman was the sweetest thing that ever been born
But
could use some love
What my heart needs is a woman's touch

When I look in the mirror, the only thing I see
Are traces of the man I used to be
Late
white
My brothers attempt to defy the white man's law and his system of values
Defiles his white woman, but my mum, Master's in the slave house again
So amazing, unbelievable, 
Miraculous woman you are
Incredible, unforgettable, 
You're the world's greatest by far
Sensational, so lovable, 
My
Green, white and gold 

So I had to leave from my country of birth 
As for each child grown tall 
Another lies in the earth 
And for every rail we
from me
But still they're mine to say
I will always love you 
In my own crazy way
I tried to keep my sanity

By being someone else
Someone that
losing you
I believe my heart, I hear what it's telling me

One little white lie
One white lie surronds us
One white lie won't stop the love
That I
believe in woman
I need you by my side
You are the flower, you are the rain
You bring me sunlight
You bring me pain, woman
Where the deep blue pearly waters
Wash upon white silver sands
There on the brink of love I kissed him
And obeyed my hearts command

Where
flyin' by
I believe I saw the light Hank Williams saw

[Chorus]
Oh the sky is blue 'cause it misses the stars
And my heart understands
To tell you
you to break my heart in two
You turn into my white Christmas blue
Well I been wrapin' presets and I been missing you
You turn into my white
by the Wexford border

From her snow white streak in her jet black hair
Over sixty years I've been loving her
Now we're sat by the fire in our old
Mississippi woman...

The reflections of the trees are cut by the bow of my piro
And splattered by the paddle of my shaky hand
The silence from behind me is
the great white hope
Says she's fine, she'll always cope
Ohh, woman in chains
Woman in chains

Well I feel lying and waiting is a poor man's deal (a poor
those St. Louis blues, just as blue as I can be
Oh, my man's got a heart like a rock cast in the sea
Or else he wouldn't have gone so far from me

I
My little woman, my little woman
My little woman, she don't believe in me
My little woman, my little woman, yeah 
My little woman, she don't
it's done
These are talking leaves, my son
The white men's talking leaves"

The white man takes a berry of black and red
And an eagle's feather from
Louis blues just as blue as I can be
Oh my man's got a heart like a rock cast in the sea
Or else he wouldn't have gone so far from me

I love my man
Ah, six white houses going two by two
Ah, six white houses going two by two
That some other woman
Has took my love from you

Ah, the train I
the great white hope
Says she's fine, she'll always cope
Woman in chains
Woman in chains

Well I feel lying and waiting is a poor man's deal
And I feel
on white collared street
The next morning my Washington woman woke up without me

From city to city, and state to state, I get her in shame
My Washington
got crossed

Just another woman
In my life
Just another woman
Lost in the night
Just another woman
Keepin' in touch with a man

As we sat by
losing you
I believe my heart, I hear what it's telling me

One little white lie
One white lie surronds us
One white lie won't stop the love
That I
Now I'm just sittin' here
Cryin' in my beer

This big white redneck's got the blues
From this cowboy hat to these worn out boots
A woman done lit