When Roy was a young man
His friends used to tell all about
The girls they ran with
He'd just shake his head
And they'd get to laughin' and askin'
“Well, Roy, just how many girls
You lovin' on these days?”
And he'd turn three shades of red
But if you ask him now
He'll tell you
“Boy, this old man's been around
And I ain't one to brag”
But you'd be hard pressed
To find too many other men
Around this here town
That's loved the way I have
Just one woman, one amazing
Worth the waiting, a angel from above
Just one woman
Is all I've ever loved
Well I asked him once
“Roy, don't you think by now
She'd have wanted you to move on?”
He said, “No, not yet”
“'Cause once a man's stared
Into the eyes of the most beautiful woman
God ever made
That's something an old man don't forget”
But boy, don't you worry 'bout me none
My time here's nearly done and I know when I'm gone
These old bones are gonna fly
And I'll be reachin' for the sky, and I'll be holdin' on
Just one woman, one amazing
Worth the waiting, a angel from above
Just one woman
Is all I've ever loved
Just one woman, one amazing
Worth the waiting, a angel from above
Just one woman
Is all I've ever loved, she's all I ever loved
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Just One Woman Lyrics

Tracy Byrd – Just One Woman Lyrics

Songwriters: JOHN RAMEY
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