“I Got a Woman” Lyrics

I got a woman
Way over town
She’s good to me
She’s good to me
I got a woman
Over town
Ah, she’s good to me
She’s good to me-me
Oh, now she’s my baby
Don’t you understand?
I know, ha ha, I’m her lovin’ man
I got a woman
Way over town
She’s good to me
She’s good to me

I got a woman
Way over town
She’s good to me
She’s good to me, eh
I got a woman
Over town
She’s good to me
She’s good to me-me-me
Ah, she’s my baby
Oh, yes, indeed
I know, I know, I’m the kind of guy she needs
I got a woman
Over town
She’s good to me
She’s good to me

Always answers
My beck and call
Every lovin’ mama
Mama, she’s so tall
I’d feel so proud walkin’ by her side
Couldn’t get a better girl no matter how hard I tried

I got a woman
Over town
She’s good to me
She’s good to me
I got a woman
Over town, ha, ah
She’s good to me
She’s good to me
Now, now she’s my baby
Oh, yes, indeed
I know, I’m the kinda guy she needs
I got a woman
Over town
She’s good to me
She’s good to me, watch it

She always answers
My beck and call
Every lovin’ mama
Mama, she’s so tall
I’d feel so proud now walkin’ by her side
Couldn’t get a better girl matter how hard I tried

I got a woman
Over town
She’s good to me
She’s good to me
I got a woman
Over town, ha
She’s good to me
She’s good to me-me-me
Now, she’s my baby
Don’t you understand?
I know I’m her lovin’ man
I got a woman
Over town
She’s good to me
She’s good to me
Good to me
She’s good to me
She’s good to me
She’s good to me
Ah
Ah, got to
I got to
I got to
Hey
Hey
Hey
Hey
Let me hear you say yeah. Yeah. Yeah! Yeah! Say yeah! Say yeah! Say yeah! Say yeah! Say yeah! Say yeah! Say yeah! Say yeah! Say yeah! Say yeah! Yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah-yeah!
I got a woman, I gotta love her now, babe
I got a woman
I got to, got to, got to, got to, got to
Got to see her now
Ah-hey
Alright
Hey hey hey hey hey
Ah, see her now
Got to see her now
Ah, got to
Got to
Thank you

[???]
I got to, got to, got to, got to
Got to see her now
Everybody say yeah
What’d I say
I got to see her now
Everybody say yeah
What’d I say
I got to see her now
Gonna make him cry
Gonna make him cry
Ah, gonna make him cry
Gonna make him cry
Make him cry
Gonna make him cry, ha
Make him cry
Thank you

She’s my woman, I love her so
Alright
Alright
Got to make him cry
Got to make him cry
Got to make him cry
Got to make him cry
Gonna make him cry
Gonna make him cry
Gonna make him cry
Ah
I got to, got to, got to
Gonna make him cry
Gonna make him cry
Gonna make him cry, ah
Got to, got to, got to, got to
Got, got to, got to, got to
Got, got, got to
Gonna make him cry
Gonna make him cry
I got a woman
Way over town
Ah, she’s good to me
She’s good to me
Alright
Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!

Peter: Hello again.
Davy: Hello. Let’s have, let’s have a nice round of applause for the Sundowners and Lynne Randell. Come on. Okay. That’s good, that’s good. Well, I’ll tell you something. Hold it, hold it, hold it, hold it, hold it. Wait, wait, wait, wait. Usually, at this time, when, when we do our show, we get everybody in their audience with a flash camera, and after, when we count to three, everybody goes at the same time, so the people that haven’t got flash cameras can take a picture, you see? But we can’t do that, because the lousy people that own this place made you check all your things at the door. What can you do?
Peter: So, um, heh heh. We’d like to uh, dedicate the rest of this portion to the guys in the booth who can see us from right about there some place I think. Yeah, and to all of you too. And also, also to that fabulous crew of guys like Chadwick over here, and Neko and Ric, all these guys who are behind the scenes who help us with our lights, the guys we call the mini Monkees. Let’s have a round of applause for the mini Monkees. Yeah! [???] As soon as they fix the [???] sound in my mic, which is over there. [???] Hey! [???] Hello! [???] This is what’s called technical difficulties. [???] technical difficulties too. Bill’s in charge of technical difficulties. Heh heh heh.
Micky: Go, Billy, baby!
Peter: Say hello to Billy. Hi Billy! Billy’s gonna fix me a microphone. Get ready for all that. Huh. Behold one busted microphone.
?: Well, hello. It’s a bad cable.
Peter: That’s better.
Micky: Ah!


Sources

  1. The Monkees: The Day-by-Day Story of the ’60s TV Pop Sensation (2005), Andrew Sandoval, p. 291.