"Good Time" as written by and Wilson/nicholson/stigers....
My girlfriend Betty she's always ready
To help me in any way
She'll do my cookin' she's always lookin'
For ways she can make my day

And when I'm lookin' at her the sound of pitter patter
On rainy days like today
Could get you feelin' warmer
And you know what-a that can lead to

Maybe it won't last but what do we care
My baby and I just want a good time
Might go up in smoke now but what do we care
My baby and I just want a good time

My girlfriend Penny, she's kinda skinny
And so she needs her falsies on
She don't like cookin' but she's so good lookin'
I miss her when she's gone

And when she gets to dancin' I feel just like romancin'
Especially when we're dancing close
She'll do the dirty boogie
And that's when I go up in smoke

Maybe it won't last but what do we care
My baby and I just want a good time
Might end up in tears now but what do we care
My baby and I just want a good time

Wo wo wo wo wo wo wo uh
Wo wo wo
Woo woo woo woo woo woo woo woo
Wo wo wo

Maybe it won't last but what do we care
My baby and I just want a good time
For just a few hours with nuÑoh what do we care
Let's have a good time

Good time
Oh good time
Oh good time
Goooooood tiiiiiiiiime

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    General CommentAnother bad song from the Beach Boys' 'forgettable era' from roughly '67 to '80. Only the die hard fans who like the weird songs by the group will like this song and its album "Love You".
    The Swing Kingon December 21, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThe Swing King - you came here to seemingly trash every Love You song, but at the same time you said they became "forgettable" after 67 and only got better again in the 80s? You're dismissing the late 60s and early 70s stuff which is on par with their best stuff but praising "It's OK", a decent song but nowhere near as good as the average late 60s/early 70s track? I'm wanting to know what you're on.
    IEATFOODOKAYGUYon January 30, 2010   Link
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    General CommentAnd you said you liked "Kokomo" more than "Good Vibrations"...? OH GOD, THE HORROR!!!
    IEATFOODOKAYGUYon January 30, 2010   Link

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