"Good For Nothing" as written by and David/lamm Foster....
I helped my good friend's brother
Out of trouble when he was in jail
I was rushed cause I got lucky
Paid his lawyer and I paid his bail

Glad to be able just to pay the price
The price it took to set him free
I never heard a single "thank you" at all
You'd think by now I could see

All the good that I did was for nothing
All the good that I did was for nothing
Why don't I just let it be?

I'm thankful to young lovers,
New York artists they were on the run
I got them out to California
One was gifted and the other was fun

Merchants will always be merchants, of course
But a fool and his tears a fragile life
And it's something I have always believed
Her memory cuts like a knife

All the good that I did was for nothing
All the good that I did was for nothing
All the good that I did,
All the good that I did,
Why can't I just let it be?

All the good that I did was for nothing
All the good that I did
All the good that I did was for nothing

All the good that I did [Repeat: x3]

All the good that I did was for nothing


Lyrics submitted by Demau Senae

"Good for Nothing" as written by Robert William Lamm David Foster

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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