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Waylon Jennings

Good Hearted Woman

(# 7 top country album)

RCA Victor LSP-4647
Feb / 1972

Produced by Ronny Light

Cover image of Good Hearted Woman

Billy Sanford, Dale Sellers, Fred Carter, Dave Kirby, Chip Young - guitar
Bobby Dyson, Henry Strzelecki - bass
Ralph Mooney - steel/dobro
Buddy Harman, Kenneth Buttrey, Willie Ackerman - drums
Hargus Pig Robbins, Jim Pierce - piano
Andy McMahon - organ
Charlie McCoy - harmonica/vibes
Vocals:
Dolores Edgin, Ginger Holladay, June Page, Temple Riser
Recorded:
Sep/1971, RCA Victor Studio, Nashville
Engineering: Bill Vandevort, Al Pachucki, Leslie Ladd, Tom Pick

1.

(# 3 country hit)

Good Hearted Woman

Waylon Jennings - Willie Nelson

© Baron Music, BMI

A long time forgotten are dreams that just fell by the way
And the good life he promised ain't what she's livin' today
But she never complains of the bad times or the bad things he's done Lord
She just talks about the good times they've had and all the good times to come

She's a good hearted woman in love with a good timin' man
She loves him in spite of his ways that she don't understand
Through teardrops and laughter they'll pass through this world hand in hand
A good hearted woman lovin' her good timin' man

He likes the night life bright lights and good timin' friends
When the party's all over she'll welcome him back home again
Lord knows she don't understand him but she does the best that she can
Cause she's a good hearted woman she loves her good timin' man

She's a good hearted woman in love with a good timin' man
And she loves him in spite of his wicked ways that she don't understand
Through teardrops and laughter they'll pass through this world hand in hand
A good hearted woman lovin' her good timin' man

She's a good hearted woman in love with a good timin' man
She loves me in spite of my wicked ways that she don't understand
Through teardrops and laughter we'll pass through this world hand in hand Lord
A good hearted woman lovin' her good timin' man

**********

2.

Same Old Lover Man

Gordon Lightfoot

© Early Morning Music, SESAC

I'm not some long lost someone
Just dropped in to say hello
I'm the same old lover man baby
Lost so long ago
Cause I was born to believe
I never could deceive believe me

I hear no children's voices
Have they gone back to school
It's the same old lover man baby
Still actin' like some kind of fool
Yes I was born to believe
I never could deceive believe me
[ piano - steel ]
It's cold outside your window
Please let me in the night is wild
I'm the same old lover man baby
Not some lonesome innocent child

Yes I was born to bring you grief
Though I never was a thief
I'm the same old lover man baby
Just dropped in to say what's new
Yes I was born to bring you grief
I never could deceive believe me

**********

3.

One Of My Bad Habits

Harlan Howard

© Tree Publ, BMI

I gotta quit this smokin' it's because of my chokin'
I gotta quit this drinkin' it's been messin' up my thinkin'
Baby you're included in my plans
You're one of my bad habits I'm gonna quit you if I can

I gotta quit this cryin' cause you won't quit your lyin'
You dig another guy and I'm sick and tired of tryin'
I'm gonna have to face it like man
You're one of my bad habits I'm gonna quit you if I can

I've gotta quit this hopin' you'll change and stop this mockin'
All that you been sayin' was just the game you're playin'
Woman don't be reachin' out your hand
You're one of my bad habits I'm gonna quit you if I can
[ steel ]
I've gotta quit this hopin' you'll change and stop this mockin'...
You're one of my bad habits I'm gonna quit you if I can

**********

4.

Willie And Laura Mae Jones

Tony Joe White

© Combine Music, BMI

Willie and Laura Mae Jones were our neighbors a long time back
They lived down the road from us in a shack just like our shack
We worked the fields together learned to count on each other
When you live off the land you ain't got time to work of another man's color

The cotton was high and the corn was growin' fine
That was another place and another time

Sit out on the front porch every evening when the sun went down
Willie would play and Laura would sing and them younguns'd dance around
I'd bring over my guitar and we'd play on through the night
Every now and then ol' Willie would grin and say boy you play all right

The cotton was high and the corn was growin' fine
That was another place and another time

The years rolled past our land and took back what they'd given
We all knew we'd had to move if we were gonna make a livin'
So we all moved off and went our separate ways
It sure was hard to say goodbye to Willie and Laura Mae

The cotton was high and the corn was growin' fine
That was another place and another time

The years rolled past our doors and we heard of them no more
When I saw Willie downtown the other day
Said y'all stop right by now we could all sit down and eat by
Sure love to see your children and Laura Mae

Shook his head real slow and his both eyes were kind
This is another place and another time

The cotton was high and the corn was growin' fine
That was another place and another time
The cotton was high and the corn was growin' fine
That was another place and another time

**********

5.

It Should Be Easier Now

Willie Nelson

© Pamper Music, BMI

Now that I've made up my mind you're gone
It should be easier now
Perhaps now my heart will stop hanging on
It should be easier now

The lesson I've learned from you gold can't buy
A heart can be broken and still survive
Thanks to you now a much wiser man am I
And it should be easier now
[ guitar - steel ]
The worst now is over I've stood the test
It should be easier now
They say everything happens for the best
It should be easier now

The wounds in my heart you carved deep and wide
Hollowed and washed by the tears I've cried
But now there'll be more room for love inside
And it should be easier now

**********

6.

Do No Good Woman

Waylon Jennings

© Baron Music, BMI

You're lookin' at the man who's livin' in the wrong time
My mind's lost in my lonesome past
I wrote myself a sad song about troubles and a worried mind
And a do no good woman my first one and my last

Well I wanted the world to know her like I do
Some I tried to paint her picture in a song
I sang the blues but the only words that I knew
Were do no good woman I love you right or wrong girl
Lord Lord
[ guitar - steel ]
From the streets of New Orleans to a Panthouse in Chicago
I tried to play the love before a time
But I just can't hold a woman in the night with the lights low
With a do no good woman always on my mind

Look at me and you can see I've seen my better days
Hopin' for better times to come
Well I never thought that love could drive a good man to his grave
That do no good woman Lord why you ever done girls

**********

7.

Unsatisfied

Shirl Milete

© Last Straw Music, BMI

My woman goes about her way
Hanging on from day to day
God knows she's tried
To do her best for her and me
Knowing that she'll always be
Unsatisfied
She tells me everything's alright
But when she should be sleepin' nights
I've heard her cry
But she greets me like the morning sun
Makes me wish I was the one
Unsatisfied

But soon the warmer wind will blow her way I know
And warm her like she never has been warmed before
Lord she deserves the very best
With me she'll never be addressed
We'd tried and tried
But a man can tell when something's wrong
A Woman can go just so long
Unsatisfied
[ steel ]
Soon the warmer wind will blow her way I know
And warm her like she never has been warmed before
She deserves the very best
With me she'll never be addressed
God knows I've tried
But I can't be what I can't be
She can't live a life with me
Unsatisfied
Unsatisfied
Unsatisfied

**********

8.

I Knew You'd Be Leavin'

Billy Ray Reynolds

© Big Yellow Dog Music, BMI

I won't take your hand when you turn to walk away in the mornin'
And I'll try not to cry when you say goodbye you try to warn me
Some mornin' you'd wake up an ocean would arise and you'd be gone
I knew that you'd be leavin' when your reason for stayin' is gone

My words of I love you keep creeping into my conversation
Like you always told me any love for you would be a fool's creation
I guess the unit of loving me no longer holds the flavor you once known
I knew that you'd be leavin' when your reason for stayin' is gone

So I'll just lay here in your arms and hope the dawn comes very slowly
We had our time for love but now the time has come you'll be goin'
I won't question you with what I guess I've known all along
I knew that you'd be leavin' when your reason for stayin' is gone

**********

9.

(# 7 country hit)

Sweet Dream Woman

Chip Taylor - Al Gordoni

© Backroad Music, BMI

She's the womb that you left and she's the pride that you kept
She's the innocence that you left back in your youth
She's the poems that you read she's the mouth that you feed
And she's the holy and she's truth

Sweet dream woman of the night
Come and love me in the night
Sweet dream woman
Come and be a woman to me

She's the mother of youth she is sweet baby blue
And she's a love that you once knew but you couldn't hold
She is bad luck and good and she's all that she should be
And I see her reasons all unfold

Sweet dream woman of the night...
[ steel ]
Sweet dream woman of the night...

Sweet dream woman
Come and be a woman to me

**********

10.

To Beat The Devil

Kris Kristofferson

© Buckhorn Music, BMI

It was winter time in Nashville down on Music City Row
I was lookin' for a place to get myself out of the cold
To warm the frozen feelin' that was eatin' at my soul
And keep the chilly winds off my guitar

My thirsty wanted whiskey and my hunger needed beans
But I guess it'd been a month of payday since I've heard that eagle scream
So with a stomach full of empty and a pocket full of dreams
I left my pride and stepped inside a bar

Actually I guess you'd call it a tavern
Cigarette smoke to the ceiling sawdust on the floor and friendly shadows

I saw that there was just an old man sittin' at the bar
In the mirror I could see him checkin' me and my guitar
He said come up here boy show us what you are
I said I'm dry he bought me a beer

He nodded at my guitar and said it's a tough life ain't it
I just looked at him
And he said you ain't makin' any money are you
I said you been readin' my mail
He just smiled and said let me see that guitar
I got somethin' you oughta hear
Then he laid it on me

If you waste your time a talking to the people who don't listen
To the things that you are saying who do you thinks gonna hear
And if you should die explaining how the things they complain about
Or the things they could be changing who do you thinks gonna care
There were lots of other singers in the world turned deaf and blind
Who were crucified for what they tried to show
Now their voices have been scattered by the swirling winds of time
And the truth remains that no one wants to know

Well the old man was a stranger but I'd've heard his song before
Back when failure had me locked out on the wrong side of the door
No one stood behind me but my shadow on the floor
And lonesome was more than a state of mind

You see the devil haunts a hungry man
And if you don't wanna join him well he's gotta figure out someway to beat him
I ain't sayin' I beat the devil but I did drink his beer for nothin'
And then I stole his song

You can still hear me singing to the people who don't listen
To the things that I am saying praying someone's gonna hear
And I guess I'll die explaining how the things that they complain about
Are things they could be changing hoping someone's gonna care
I was born to be a singer and I'm bound to die the same
But I've got to feed this hunger in my soul
If I never have a nickel I won't die ashamed
Cause I do believe that someone wants to know

**********



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