I'm a One Woman Man

by George Jones

George Glenn Jones (born September 12, 1931) is an American country music singer known for his long list of hit records, his distinctive voice and phrasing, and his marriage to Tammy Wynette.




If you told me that you love me, I would feel so proud
If you'd let me hold you honey, I'd holler out loud
I'll never love another even if I can
Well, come to me baby, I'm a one-woman man

A-won't you let me, baby, just a-kind of hang around?
I'll always love honey, and I'll never let you down
I'll never love another even if I can
Well, come to me baby, I'm a one-woman man

I'd climb the highest mountain if it reached a bigger sky
To prove that I love you, I'd jump off and fly
I'd even swim the ocean from shore to shore
To prove that I love you just a little bit more

A-won't you let me, baby, just a-kind of hang around?
I'll always love you honey, and I'll never let you down
I'll never love another even if I can
Well, come to me baby, I'm a one-woman man

If you told me that you love me I would feel so proud
If you'd let me hold you honey, I'd holler out loud
I'll never love another even if I can
Well, come to me baby, I'm a one-woman man

Won't you let me, baby, just a-kind of hang around
I'll always love honey, and I'll never let you down
I'll never love another even if I can
Well, come to me baby, I'm a one-woman man

Come to me baby, I'm a one-woman man

Written by: Johnny Horton, Tillman Franks

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

Lyrics Licensed & Provided by LyricFind

© Lyrics.com