I clapped with heavy hands for the band that no one saw,
And I bit down on my eyes and sighed
I thought about the times there weren't nobody there,
And you filled up all the space inside

Can you hear me?
Can you see me?

And I start to sing a song I thought no one else could hear,
But you knew all the words
And you start to sing along 'cause there ain't nobody here
It's you and I, so good
It's you and I, so good

Broke down on the side of a road that no one drives
I softly ask the engine why
You asked me for the truth that I couldn't bear to tell,
So I bit down on my lip and lied

Can you hear me?
Can you see me?

And I start to sing a song I thought no one else could hear,
But you knew all the words
And you start to sing along 'cause there ain't nobody here
It's you and I, so good
It's you and I, so good

Can you hear me?
Can you see me?

And I start to sing a song I thought no one else could hear,
But you knew all the words
And you start to sing along 'cause there ain't nobody here
It's you and I, so good

And I start to sing a song I thought no one else could hear,
But you knew all the words
And you start to sing along 'cause there ain't nobody here
It's you and I, so good
It's you and I, so good
It's you and I, for good


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So Good (V2) song meanings
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