I knew it all along
I knew it when it was wrong but
I know it's a lot to ask
When we're caught up in what we expect

Yeah bud please
Try it, if you don't like it
We'll take it back and we'll
Get one more and you can try it on and
If if fits no one can contradict it
You know we'll be fine

We'll be fine
That's what you said
That lonely night

Soft like sand between your feet
Her pearl skin like heaven's heath
Still further than I can see
Still caught up in what I'd expect

A ghost still haunted herself
Ain't much use to the afterlife
Good humor, good humor, good humor

The second time I promise we will fit like hand and glove but
I can't yet face the turbulency without you to stand by me
Give me humor, give me your good humor and your patience please
Astral bodies and the whole of God's green Earth oh what we'd see

I know it's a lot to ask


Lyrics submitted by casiopt10

Good Humor song meanings
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