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Lyrics to "She's A Lady" song by Tom Jones: Well she's all you'd ever want, She's the kind they'd like to flaunt and take to dinner . Talkin' about that little lady, and the lady is mine. Well she's never in the way Always something nice to say, Oh what a blessing. I can leave her on her own Knowing she's okay alone, and there's no messing. Well she never asks for very much and I don't refuse her.
She's a Lady" is a song written by Paul Anka and was released on his album Paul Anka '70s (RCA 4309, 1970). The most successful recording was performed by Tom Jones, and released at the beginning of 1971. It is Jones' highest-charting single in the . to date (and his final Billboard Top Ten hit). She's a Lady" hit in Cash Box magazine for a week and spending one week at on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, behind Me and Bobby McGee by Janis Joplin.
Tracklist: 1. She’s A Lady, 2. Do What You Gotta Do, 3. In Dreams, 4. Nothing Rhymed, 5. Til I Can’t Take It Any More, 6. Resurrection Shuffle, 7. Puppet Man, 8. It’s Up To The Woman, 9. Ebb Tide (The Sea), 10. (I Ain’t No) One Night Love Maker, 11. You’re My World (Il Mio Mondo). 2. Do What You Gotta Do. 3. In Dreams.
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She's a Lady may have an uneven selection of songs, but the title track was Tom Jones' biggest hit and its double-sided follow-up "Puppet Man", "Resurrection Shuffle" was nearly as good as its predecessor. Plus, Jones' robust performances keeps things moving throughout the course of the album.