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by Joe Tex
Lyrics by: Joe Tex
# Debut Chart
94 Jul '69 Hot 100

Lyrics

You know since I've been singing songs about love How a man and a woman are supposed to treat each other I've had several people all across the country To walk up and ask me if I can help them with their love affairs Well I'm no authority on love and I never claim to be But this woman that I met at this gas station In North Carolina the other week keeps coming back to my mind This woman had a problem She walked up to me with tears in her eyes And I could see that she was hurt She said to me, she said, Mr. Joe, said


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I don't think my man loves me anymore You know he used to hold me tenderly And kissed me real good, said, but now he don't do that no more Said, he just loves me not, if I like it, it's alright And if I don't, that's alright with him too She said there's two things I want you to do for me Before you all leave here tonight Said I want you to give me your autograph on this piece of paper And then tell me something that I can go home And do or say to my man to make him treat me a little bit better And I said Miss Lady, hu - you go home And you tell your man that I said, hu - mmm He's gotta hold you, he's gotta hold you light an' easy And when he kisses you, tell him to put some feeling in it He's gotta love you and love you right So you can start sleeping at night - tell him I said That's the way a man Is supposed to make his woman feel Yeah yeah yeah yeah He's gotta start coming home each and every night And making sure that you're alright And if you ever feeling blue He's gotta know just what to do - tell him I said That's the way a man Is supposed to make his woman feel Yeah yeah yeah yeah He's gotta take you out every now and then And give you a little bit of money - ?????? So you can have some change to spend And instead of complimenting Mary and Lou He's gotta start complimenting you - tell him I said That's the way a man is supposed to make his woman feel Yeah yeah yeah

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