"Good Enough" as written by Myron Davis, Dani Stevenson and Josh Honigstock....
It’s been a long day for us both
I’m on the way to pick her up from work
And bring her home
She walks up from behind my car
I unlock the door
She smiles at me, kisses me on the nose
And we drive away
Honey all I have to say is it’s
A damn good feeling
Here behind the wheel in the sunlight and all I can feel
Is the hand of the woman, the hand of the woman I love
And we just sing out loud
Nobody cares
Sunglasses and the wind in her hair
All that I can think is this is a whole lot better than good enough

Pull into the drive, get out of the car,
Hear the sound of the dogs bark from inside,
She gets all excited says mamma’s home
We let them out, let ‘em back in
Watch TV ‘til the daylight ends
And then we head to bed to be alone
When she starts to dream, I swear I must be somewhere in between
Cause it’s a damn good feeling
Staring at the ceiling in the moonlight and all I could feel
Is the body of the woman, the body of the woman I love
She looks so pretty, keep it right there,
White nightgown, clip in her hair
All that I can think is this is a whole lot better than good enough

And I hope she understands that I’m not changing any plans
Because there’s something in those hands
That holds the real me, seems to heal this broken man

And it’s a damn good feeling
Staring at the ceiling in the moonlight and all I could feel
Is the body of the woman, the body of the woman I love
And she looks so pretty, keep it right there,
White nightgown, clip in her hair

All that I can think is this is a whole lot better than good enough


Lyrics submitted by dprothman

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