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Tammy Wynette
"Good" lyrics

Good

I was a waitress
In a barroom
No future in sight
And he was just lonely
When he came there
That night

Then someone
Played the jukebox
And he asked me to dance
And when he
Softly held me
I thought it's my chance to be

Good
Like I want
To be that's
What he's saw in me
Not
Just a girl
On the wrong side of town

Good
Like I used to be
He
Brought it out in me
And that's
When I promised
That I'd never let him down

Now I'm back here
In a barroom
A waitress again
The good world I've lived in
Just came to
An end

For temptation
Comes easy
To a woman
Like me
And regardless of my chances
I know that I'll never be

Good
Like I used to be
I guess
It's just not in me
With
All my heart
How I wish
I prove I've been

Good
Like he wanted me
But good
Is what I'll never be
And now
I know
That he's gone
For good

Authors: Billy Sherrill, Glenn Sutton