The air was soaked with the highest of intentions
All I said was I feel like going home

She ran inside and she was yelling some bad words
What did I do? I wanted a place of my own

I want the good times, I don't want the bad
You said I was lucky for having what I had

You were the only person that would hold me
Through the confusing times and sad

(now I'm a couch potatoe)

So now I'm a couch potatoe, I have no life
Should of listened to you, should of called you my wife

But now my day is over, my week is through
Every night I'm lonely and I think of you

I want the good times, I don't want the bad
You said I was lucky for having what I had

You were the only person that would hold me
Through the confusing times and sad

I heard a knock, on the wood of my door
I looked through the peep hole, and I saw a blur

I unlocked the deadbolt, turned the knob
It was you infront of me, and you said I love you

And I said I love you more

I want the good times, I don't want the bad
You said I was lucky for having what I had

And now that you've taught me how to appreciate
I want to make it up to you, I hope it's not too late

So now we're living together, we're living a good one
So happy it worked out, and now we're having fun

We're having the best time, doesn't matter about the bad
You taught me how to hold on, to everything I had


Lyrics submitted by knuxman

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