Story of a Married Woman

by John Lee Hooker

John Lee Hooker (August 22, 1917 – June 21, 2001) was a highly influential American blues singer-songwriter and guitarist.




I'm in love with a woman.
An scared to call her name.
I'm in love with a woman.
And scared to call her name.
She's a married woman.
She may get somebody killed.

I'm going away baby, to worry you off my mind.
I'm going away baby, to worry you off my mind.

You's a married woman, I can see you when I can.
You's a married woman an I'm scared to call your name.

You's a married woman an I'm scared to call your name.

When I met you baby, you all alone yourself.
When I met you baby, all alone yourself.
Now, you's a married woman.
Now, I'm scared to call your name.

I cried last night an I cried the night before
I cried last night an I cried the night before
Couldn't see you, baby.
Don't wanna see nobody else.

I cried last night in the night before
Cried last night 'n all before
I cried last night.
I cried last night.
I cried last night an I cried until the break of day.

Written by: BERNARD BESMAN, JOHN LEE HOOKER

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