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Sung by Donna Godchaux with the Grateful Dead in 1973, and on guest appearances with the New Riders Of The Purple Sage.

Lyrics By
Loretta Lynn
Music By
Loretta Lynn
Lyrics

You've come to tell me something you say I ought to know
That he don't love me any more, and I'll have to let him go
Now you say you're gonna take him, oh but I don't think you can
'Cause you ain't woman enough to take my man

Women like you, they come a dime a dozen
You can buy them anywhere
For you to get to him, I'd have to move over
And I'm gonna stand right here
But it'll be over my dead body, so get out while you can
'Cause you ain't woman enough to take my man

Sometimes a man's caught looking at things that he don't need
He took a second look at you, but he's in love with me
Now I don't know where that leave's you, ah but I know where I stand
And you ain't woman enough to take my man

Women like you, they come a dime a dozen
You can buy them anywhere
For you to get to him, I'd have to move over
And I'm gonna stand right here
Well it'll be over my dead body, so get out while you can
'Cause you ain't woman enough to take my man
No you ain't woman enough to take my man

  • You Ain't Woman Enough
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    You've come to tell me something you say I ought to know
    That he don't love me any more, and I'll have to let him go
    Now you say you're gonna take him, oh but I don't think you can
    'Cause you ain't woman enough to take my man

    Women like you, they come a dime a dozen
    You can buy them anywhere
    For you to get to him, I'd have to move over
    And I'm gonna stand right here
    But it'll be over my dead body, so get out while you can
    'Cause you ain't woman enough to take my man

    Sometimes a man's caught looking at things that he don't need
    He took a second look at you, but he's in love with me
    Now I don't know where that leave's you, ah but I know where I stand
    And you ain't woman enough to take my man

    Women like you, they come a dime a dozen
    You can buy them anywhere
    For you to get to him, I'd have to move over
    And I'm gonna stand right here
    Well it'll be over my dead body, so get out while you can
    'Cause you ain't woman enough to take my man
    No you ain't woman enough to take my man

    Sung by Donna Godchaux with the Grateful Dead in 1973, and on guest appearances with the New Riders Of The Purple Sage.