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Thu, 24.09.2009

SHORT HAIRED WOMAN by Lighnin Hopkins.

I don’t want no woman
If her hair ain’t longer’n mine
I don’t want no woman
If her hair ain’t no longer’n mine
Yes you know she ain’t good for nothing but trouble
She’ll keep you buying rats all the time

Yes, you know I carried my woman to the hair dresser
And this is what the hair dresser said
She said Sam I can’t treat the woman’s hair
God know, I can’t treat her head

I told her no!
Boy, if her hair ain’t no longer’n mine
Yes, you know she ain’t good for nothing but trouble
She’ll keep you buying rats all the time

(Wigs and rats ‘ll get you killed)

Yes, you kno

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