Ricarda McDonald Payne

(Culver City, California)

Moody Woman Blues - Poem by Ricarda McDonald Payne

I'm a moody woman, Lord, moody all the time
Yes, I'm a moody woman, so moody all the time
I tell it true when I say it
I need a strong man ta keep me in line
I can wake up in the mornin'
'An before I git out of bed
Ma spirit's on its way down
'An the devil's got ma head
Yes, I'm a moody woman
So moody all the time
I tell it true when when I say it
I need a strong man to keep me in line
If we go out to a party
"An ma man starts to lookin around alot
I feel a mood comin on me
An ma temper gittin hot
Yeah, I'm a moody woman
I'm moody all the time
I ain't lyin when I say that
I need a good man ta keep me in line
I might be sittin on ma doorstep
An the rain begins to fall
Don't say nothin to me
Cause then I'm moodiest of all
Lord , I'm a moody woman
Moody all the time
I tell it true when I say it
I need a strong man ta keep me in line
When I come hone in the evenin'
Ain't nothin' there but four walls
Ya know I'm restless as can be
Until my Baby calls
Moody, moody, moody
So moody all the time
I'm still lookin' 'round ta find me
A soulful man ta keep me in li-i-ine . . .


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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