Who Sang Four Women? René Marie

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length: 6:11
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My skin is black
My arms are long
My hair is woolly
My back is strong
Strong enough to take the pain
inflicted again and again
What do they call me
My name is AUNT SARAH
My name is Aunt Sarah

My skin is yellow
My hair is long
Between two worlds
I do belong
My father was rich and white
He forced my mother late one night
What do they call me
My name is SAFFRONIA
My name is Saffronia

My skin is tan
My hair is fine
My hips invite you
my mouth like wine
Whose little girl am I?
Anyone who has money to buy
What do they call me
My name is SWEET THING
My name is Sweet Thing

My skin is brown
my manner is tough
I'll kill the first mother I see
my life has been too rough
I'm awfully bitter these days
because my parents were slaves
What do they call me
My name is PEACHES

CD 1
  • 1 What a Difference a Day Makes
  • 2 Tennessee Waltz
  • 3 Motherless Child
  • 4 Four Women
  • 5 The Very Thought of You
  • 6 I Like You
  • 7 Afro Blue
  • 8 A Sleepin' Bee
  • 9 Hurry Sundown
  • 10 God Bless the Child
  • 11 Take My Breath Away
  • 12 How Can I Keep From Singing?

  • Release information
    format: CD
    script: Latin