Put On My Shoes - Mary Ann Fisher

Put On My Shoes

Mary Ann Fisher

(Not on Label, FIRE 1002, 1959)

Should I feel a little hot
You almost drive me insane
All your good intentions
You need to wash right down the drain
Would you sit in my place, you'll see
You'll see what I mean, you'll know how I feel
And you'll feel, you'll feel, you'll feel
A pain in your heart

Baby, I've been let down
For times that I can't remember
Are you cheating and fooling on me
From January to December
Would you sit in my place, you'll see
You'll see what I mean, you'll know how I feel
And you'll feel, you'll feel, you'll feel
A pain in your heart

I've always been faithful
And I have always been true
But there's gotta be a change, gotta be
There's gotta be a change in you
Well, put on my shoes, for a day
Put on mt shoes, for a week
Put on my shoes, for a month or two
You'll know what I've been through
Wanna have some fun
After all that's said and done
If you got any doubt and you wanna find out
Would you step in my place and you will see

Put on mt shoes, for a day
Put on my shoes, for a week
Put on my shoes, for a month or two
You'll know what I've been through
Put on my shoes, you'll get the blues
You'll get the blues, the blues
If you put on my shoes

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