"Looking Good" as written by and Whalley/mcdougall/forman/crease....
You took your 57 Holden right across the nation
Shooting up public schools and service stations
Never been arrested and you never thought you would
Told the officer sorry to keep you waiting
Takes a lot of time to do the work of Satan
Now you're looking at 20 years and you're looking good

Passed out in the pub like a common asshole
20-dollar bill sticking out of your nostril
Called the paramedics but they could not kick start your heart
And now you're blue
As blue as a boy could be and the prognosis isn't good
Now you're looking at an early grave and you're looking good

Well your hands are dirty but the pants are clean
You'll make the best looking corpse the world has ever scene
Now you're looking at an early grave and you're looking good

Brought up by your daddy to respect religion
What the father did in boarding school just wasn't Christian
Your silence paid for your collage tuition fees
The memories were so blue as blue as a boy could be
Your children never understood
Now you're looking at 20 years and you're looking good

Well your hands are dirty but your shirt is clean
You're on the front of every newspaper and magazine
The lawyer told the jury you were just misunderstood
Well your minds is dirty but your pants are clean
Every where you go you've always got the make a scene
Now you're looking at 20 years and you're looking good
Oh no now you're looking at 20 years and you're looking good


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