Who Sang Be My Woman Tonight? B.W. Stevenson

Release information
Release Date: 1973
Genre: Rock Folk, World, & Country
Style: Country Rock
length: 2:36

Long-haired harlot she come a-dancin'
Eyes on her chances I know her kind
Ribbons of scarlet I seen 'em untangling
Wrapping around a poor boy's mind

Sunset woman, nobody needs you
You're a worthless woman
An aging overnight friend
Sunset woman, nobody needs to be drowned in a wishing well of sin

Rocky Road Tavern
Well, she's like a fixture there
Looking to pull a stare from the five o'clock crowd
Finding no takers for yesterday's paper
She leaves and takes the back door out

Lord, a mystery sighs in disbelief
She's leaving
Her youth was burned
The heads she once turned
Well, they were gone
And Lord, give her my smile
And a coat to a soul worth saving
Let's see for me she finds her way back home

Be drowned in a wishing well of sin
Nobody wants to be drowned in a wishing well of sin

12" Vinyl 1
  • 1 My Maria
  • 2 Be My Woman Tonight
  • 3 Sunset Woman
  • 4 A Good Love Is Like a Good Song
  • 5 Grab a Hold of My Soul
  • 6 Shambala
  • 7 Lucky Touch
  • 8 I Got to Boogie
  • 9 Remember Me
  • 10 Pass This Way