Johnny Cash - Two Timin' Woman Lyrics

Johnny Cash The Original Sun Sound of Johnny Cash cover art
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I woke up this mornin' in a terrible mood
Now you talk about a woman treatin' a good man rude
She had me talkin' to myself gazin' at that mean ol' wall
She had another daddy waitin' down at the end of the hall

She changes with the weather like the leaves I recall
She blossoms in the spring but then she's gone in the fall
A two timin' woman with a heart of solid stone
She tells me that she loves me but her heart's a little under grown

Well, she said she'd never leave me but she got the urge to roam
She drifts around the country like a steamboat on a foam
She never changes course, she just goes along that same ol' way
And I hope she keeps a driftin' rolls along back home someday

'Cause if I ever find her, gonna chain her to the floor
And tell her, "Now sit there, woman, you ain't leavin' no more
I'm gonna tame your mama till you're eatin' from my hand
It's not that I don't love you, honey, it's just to make you understand"

Yes, I woke up this mornin' in a terrible mood
You talk about a woman treatin' a good man rude
She had me talkin' to myself gazin' at that mean ol' wall
She had another daddy waitin' down at the end of the hall
Track Listing
Vinyl 1
  • 1 Always Alone
  • 2 Country Boy
  • 3 Goodnight Irene
  • 4 Wide Open Road
  • 5 Thanks a Lot
  • 6 Big River
  • 7 Belshazzar
  • 8 Born to Lose
  • 9 New Mexico
  • 10 I Forgot to Remember to Forget
  • 11 Two Timin' Woman
  • 12 The Story of a Broken Heart


  • Credits
    publisher: ©Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
    writers: Johnny R. Cash
    album: Track 11 in album The Original Sun Sound of Johnny Cash
    release date: 1964
    popularity : 78 users have visited this page.
    Album Information
    label: Sun Record Company
    country(area): United States
    format: Vinyl
    script: Latin