"So Good, So Fine" as written by Stephen E Pearcy and Warren De Martini....
Get these big wheels turnin'
Within those white lines
Wondering do you still feel at home
It's been an awful long long time
I ain't been caught smokin'
Don't tell lies
Feel the rhythm in the cars
Rollin across the state line
Do you think we could have a little
There's no more today's
Don't you think we should have a little faith
So much more

It's so good, so good
It's so fine, so fine
It's so good, so good
And it's all mine, so fine

Thanks so much for the talkin'
Glad to be obliged
Did you feel the cross did ya feel the loss
When your runnin' at the line
I keep your heart hangin'
Read between the lines
Until the day
Water turns to wine

Do you think we could have a little
There's no more today's
Don't you think we should have a little faith
So much more

It's so good, so good
It's so fine, so fine
It's so good, so good
And it's all mine, so fine

It's so good, so good
It's so fine, so fine
It's so good, so good
And it's all mine, so fine

Your 9 to 5 is such a crime
Feel the rhythm in the cars
Rollin across the state line
Gimme one more just like today,
It's so good

Do you think we could have a little
There's no more today's
Don't you think we should have a little faith
So much more

It's so good, so good
It's so fine, so fine
It's so good, so good
And it's all mine, so fine

It's so good, so good
It's so fine, so fine
It's so good, so good
And it's all mine, so fine


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"So Good, So Fine" as written by Warren De Martini Stephen E Pearcy

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