Yes Ma’am Song Lyrics and Chords

Tommy Overstreet ~ Yes Ma'am

 

Yes Ma’am Song Lyrics and Chords by Tommy Overstreet

 

Yes Ma’am
Recorded by Tommy Overstreet
Written by Sonny Throckmorton
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Oh my baby called me on my down at work phone this  
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morning
 
She said I  
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don’t wanna push you none but I’m giving you  
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warning
 
You’ve been a working late all week oh and  
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darling
 
You’re  
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talking to a woman highly in need of  
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love
 
And I said yes ma’am I hear  
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talking 
 
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Oh  
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yes ma’am and I’m already  
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walking out the door now
 
I said yes ma’am I hear what you’re  
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saying 
 
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And  
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don’t you do nothing rash cause baby I’m on my  
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way
 
She said it’s been a long time and if I didn’t mind she’d be  
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waiting
 
She said it’s  
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been way too long I had something at home I’d  
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forsaken

She said I love all the things that your money can bring

 
And you’ve been  
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making
 
Just  
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for my sake would you take a break for  
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love
Repeat #2

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Yes Ma’am?
– The song Yes Ma’am was sang by Tommy Overstreet.

 

Who is Tommy Overstreet?
– Tommy Overstreet (September 10, 1937 – November 2, 2015) was an American country singer. Often known simply as “T.O.” by fans and radio disc jockeys, Overstreet had five top-five hit singles in the Billboard country charts and 11 top-10 singles. His popularity peaked in the 1970s. He lived in Hillsboro, Oregon.

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