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Evil Woman (also known as Evil Woman, Don't You Play Your Games With Me) is the fifth track from Black Sabbath's self-titled debut album on the European edition. It's a Crow cover.

It was Black Sabbath's first single ever released as an A-side with "Wicked World" being a B-side while "Black Sabbath" was on the Japanese release. It was released on the Fontana label.

"Wicked World" replaced "Evil Woman" on the United States edition until it was finally released on the 1996 Castle remaster with "Wicked World".

Lyrics

I've seen a look of evil in your eyes
You've been filling me all full of lies
Sorrow will not change your shameful deeds
Do well best, someone else has better seen 

Evil woman, don't you play your games with me
Evil woman, don't you play your games with me 

Now I know just what you're looking for
You want me to claim that child you bore
Well you know that it must he not be
And you know the way it got to be 

Evil woman, don't you play your games with me
Evil woman, don't you play your games with ...

Evil woman, don't you play your games with me
Evil woman, don't you play your games with me 

Wickedness lies in your moisten lips
Your body moves just like the crack of a whip
Blackness sleeps on top of your stray bed
Do you wish that you could see me dead 

Evil woman, don't you play your games with me
Evil woman, don't you play your games with me
Evil woman, don't you play your games with me
Evil woman, don't you play your games with me

References


Black Sabbath
Black SabbathThe WizardBehind the Wall of SleepN.I.B.Evil WomanSleeping VillageWarningWicked World
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