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MEAN MAMA BLUES (Ernest Tubb) Ernest Tubb - 1941 Also record by : Doc Watson Thereís lots of mean women on almost any street Lord Thereís lots of mean women on almost any street But Iíve got the meanest Mama that ever walked on two feet That gal is so low down I often wonder why Lord sheís so low down I often wonder why That she keeps on liviní I guess sheís to mean to die Now you trifliní women always say you love your man Lord you trifliní women always say you love your man And when he goes out the front door the back door lets a new man in (Ah maybe two of them) (Ah pick it out there Smitty) Instrumentals Now thereís two things in this world I donít understand Lord thereís two things in this world that I donít understand One of thems a woman the other ones a man Iím gonna buy me a pistol Iíll think Iíll get a 44 Gonna buy me a pistol Iíll think Iíll get a 44 And when I get through shootiní that girl wont step no more (Contributed by lylemalone - May 2005)

    


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