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TROUBLE (Jule Styne / William Ellis) Ray Price - 1968 I woke up this morning feeling so fine Swore off the women and I swore off the wine Drank up my coffee put on my shoes Walked out the door whistlin' now I'm singing the blues Trouble (Trouble) here comes trouble (Trouble) You spell it W-O-M-A-N She winds me around her finger And I've got troubles again Everyone tells me that she's no good Yeah but she's living here in my neighborhood There in the window of blue number three If I don't look for trouble it looks for me Trouble (Trouble) here comes trouble (Trouble) You spell it W-O-M-A-N She winds me around her finger And I've got troubles again (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - July 2012)

    


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