I Once Had Me A Woman

I don't do no right;

And I don't do no wrong;

I live all alone; Everthing I do is my own.

I once had me a woman;

I had me a woman real strong;

But the state came and took her away;

And put her in a home.

 I'm going to watch my son play sports tomorrow;

I'm going to watch my boy play games;

He's a big bruise of a boy;

Bigger than most men.

You ought to change the world, they say;

A man like you ought to change the world.

I change the world everyday;

I go to bed every morning;

And wake up every afternoon.

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