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Moe Bandy – Sweet Kentucky Woman lyrics
Sweet Kentucky woman
I said the whistle of a train is doin' strange things to my brain
Though you cried I said goodbye to you
I'm a fool woman I shoulda stayed with you.

Sweet Kentucky woman
I've walked the beach at Wakiki seen Boulder Dam and gay Paree
Done all the things I said I had to do
And it's true woman I shoulda stayed with you.

I'm older and I'm wiser now
Iff you could just forgive somehow
I know, yes, I know
This time we'd really make it go.

Sweet Kentucky woman
If I came back could you forgive
Or do you still prefer to live alone, all alone
But then again perhaps you're not alone.

Sweet Kentucky woman
I've walked the beach at Wakiki seen Boulder Dam and gay Paree
Done all the things I said I had to do
And it's true woman I shoulda stayed with you.

I'm older and I'm wiser now
If you could just forgive somehow
I know, yes, I know
This time we'd really make it go.

Sweet Kentucky woman
I said the whistle of a train is doin' strange things to my brain
Though you cried I said goodbye to you
I'm a fool woman I shoulda stayed with you.

Sweet Kentucky woman...
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