RAMBLIN’ WOMAN

There are many songs about rambling men but not as equal as many about rambling women. And, seriously, what is a girl to do when she’s been betrayed to the core? She takes her time to heal, before she jumps back into the game.

RAMBLIN’ WOMAN

N.J. Sardjoe

Hey there, Johnson by the wall, have you looked away at all?
I felt you staring now for days
You’re not like the other guys, who would greet me with goodbye
But don’t you know that trouble is my name

Left a husband and a child, his controlling drove me wild
He broke my heart in a million ways
Now I’m rambling fora while, til this darkness turns to light
I won’t put my heart in harm’s way

So don’t you try to tie down a ramblin’ woman
Cause you know she’s not yours to keep
If you tie down a rambling woman
She’ll break your heart ‘cause she just wants to be free

Mister Right is occupied, so I ramble through the night
But my poor heart just aches for him
Will he see me on this stage, will his doubts all fade away
When he sees my soul is not in sin

Now you might say, oh my child, have you lost your mind
Why would you wait for just one man
I can tell you this is true, we’re one soul that’s sliced in two
And until he comes, I’ll sing again

Don’t you try to tie down a rambling woman
Cause you know she’s not yours to keep
If you tie down a rambling woman
She’ll break your heart ‘cause she just wants to be free

Don’t try to tie down a ramblin’ woman cause you know she won’t stick around
If you tie down a ramblin’ woman, you’ll wake up to that lonesome sound
She’ll break your heart cause she just wants to be free

2 thoughts on “RAMBLIN’ WOMAN”

    1. Hi Pele!

      Thank you so much for your kind words. To hear the music, go back to the home page and click on the media player under the song title. I hope you’ll like it!

      Kind regards,
      Nadia

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