"Waitin On Something Good" as written by and Joe Purdy....
I was walkin', just about 3rd and St Marks
But it ain't the same as it was last time I was here
So I stood there, watchin' the light as it changed
Remember that time in the rain when we ran through the streets

Yeah we were waiting on something good to go down
Just waiting on something good
Yeah we were waiting on something good to go down
Just waiting on something good

Sally, I used to show up at her door
But I don't do that anymore, she answers my call
She says "baby, don't you go breakin' your back
To buy me the things that I lack
Cause I will get 'em myself
Yes and I don't need nobodys help
Yes and I'll love you just the same
If you ain't got a dime to your name"

Cause I'm waiting on something good to go down
Just waiting on something good
Yeah we were waiting on something good to go down
Just waiting on something good

On the counter, in the back of the hotel bar
I was joining a hotel choir and I just could not
And it was B-right and the Tragedies led the whole gang
And we all stood up and we sang an old gospel song
Yeah but we didn't sing very long

Cause we were waiting on something good to go down
Just waiting on something good
Yeah we were waiting on something good to go down
Just waiting on something good


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"Waiting On Something Good" as written by Joe Purdy

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