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B.B. King — Ain't That Just Like A Woman
Album: Let The Good Times Roll
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There was Adam, happy as a man could be
Till Eve got him messin' with that old apple tree

Ain't that just like a woman?
Ain't that just like a woman?
Ain't that just like a woman?
They'll do it every time

Lot took his wife down to the corner for a malted
She wouldn't mind her business, boy, did she get salted

Ain't that just like a woman?
Ain't that just like a woman?
Ain't that just like a woman?
They'll do it every time
Samson thought Delilah was on the square
Till one night she clipped him all his hair

Ain't that just like a woman?
Ain't that just like a woman?
Ain't that just like a woman?
They'll do it every time

From our history books we all learned
Nero fiddled while Rome was burned

Ain't that just like a woman?
Ain't that just like a woman?
Ain't that just like a woman?
They'll do it every time

Marie Antoinette met some hungry cats at the gate
They was crying for bread, she said, "Let them eat cake"

Ain't that just like a woman?
Ain't that just like a woman?
Ain't that just like a woman?
They'll do it every time

You can buy a woman clothes
And give her money on the side
No matter what you do
She ain't never satisfied
Ain't that just like a woman?
Ain't that just like a woman?
Ain't that just like a woman?
They'll do it every time
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 aelfheld wrote:
What misogyny?  Politically incorrect truth is no less true.


"Truth"? What, blaming women for all of humankind's faults? That's not "politically incorrect", it's just plain misogyny. For instance:

"There was Adam, happy as a man could be
Till Eve got him messin' with that old apple tree
Ain't that just like a woman? Yeah just like a woman
Ain't that just like a woman, they'll do it every time"

The Christian religions have used this 'original sin' as a pretext for the submission of women for centuries. This is plainly apparent in Ireland, a Catholic country where I spent much of my childhood, were women were treated like sh1t by the Church and State, and the oppression was a real and daily experience. It's why my mother emigrated.

Me, I figure that men who're always moaning about women should quit going out with them and either w@nk off on their own or be gay. That would at least be consistent.


 aelfheld wrote:

What misogyny?  Politically incorrect truth is no less true.

Thank you for that. Took the words right out of my mouth.

 


 fredriley wrote:
The misogyny grates after a bit and certainly detracts from the blues.  

What misogyny?  Politically incorrect truth is no less true.

The blues version of Così fan tutte...The misogyny grates after a bit and certainly detracts from the blues.

An American national treasure he is!  {#Notworthy}

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I thought this was Van Morrison until I checked the play list. 
Nice!
Sweeeet.............A real bluesman after that hack Landreth.............my palette is cleansed.


B.B. King Live:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-sMWTqUuSh4



Never heard ole B.B. sounding so much like Chuck Berry, before!{#Dancingbanana}

my grandmother would've loved this..
Wow, talk about a long time between plays, 2004. I bet Bill had to blow the dust off this one.
Harry Belafonte - Man Smart (Woman Smarter) followed by one of my favorite B.B. King tunes = a great combination! :clap: