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LONESOME WOMAN (Lola Jean Dillon) Margie Bowes - 1968 I'm a lonesome woman and that's the weakest kind I'm a lonesome woman that just got left behind And if you ever kiss my lips, I know what I might do 'Cause I'm a lonesome woman afraid of men like you When you look at me so tenderly, I long to be held tight But I know what kind words do to me and that's why I must fight You seem so warm and gentle and perhaps you mean no harm But I know I'm too lonesome to just nestle in your arms I'm a lonesome woman and that's the weakest kind I'm a lonesome woman that just got left behind And if you ever kiss my lips, I know what I might do 'Cause I'm a lonesome woman afraid of men like you I'm a lonesome woman afraid of men like you (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - October 2011)

    


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