Who sung the song "Maggie"?

In the sixties or early seventies there was a song called "Maggie."  This is not the song "Maggie May or Mae" by Rod Stewart.  One of the first lines in the song was "Maggie was a hookin' Jane, following the hookin' game."  And later.."Oh, she knows how to tantalize, and make it feel like paradise, Oh, nobody cried when Maggie died"

What group sung this song?

 

 

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Foster & Allen (Maggie) Live in 1995

 

 

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Who sung the song "Maggie"?

Foster & Allen (Maggie) Live in 1995