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Black Magic Woman
by
Santana
 
Abraxas
©1970
 
     Santana achieved quadruple-platinum with Abraxas, the classic 1970 follow-up to their first album, Santana, released in 1969 by Columbia. Abraxas boasted among its tracks ‘Black Magic Woman’ and the incomparable Tito Puente’s composition ‘Oye Como Va.’
     
 
 
 
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Lyrics to Black Magic Woman:

Got a black magic woman,
I got a black magic woman
I got a black magic woman got me so blind I can't see
I got a black magic woman she try'in to make a devil out of me

Turn your back on me baby, turn your back on me baby
Turn your back on me baby don't turn babe
Turn your back on me baby you might just pick up my magic sticks

Got your spell on me baby, got your spell on me baby
Got your spell on me baby turnin my heart into stone
I need you so bad magic woman I can't leave you alone

 

 
Songs on the album Abraxas:

1. Singing Winds, Crying Beasts
2. Black Magic Woman / Gypsy Queen
3. Oye Como Va
4. Incident At Neshabur
5. Se a Cabo
6. Mother's Daughter
7. Samba Pa Ti
8. Hope You're Feeling Better
9. El Nicoya

 

 


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