"Oh, What a Good Thing We Had" as written by Johnny R. Cash and June Carter....
Sunshine and showers and everything comin' up daisies
Oh, what a good thing we had gone bad, oh, what a good thing we had
Drive-in's and picnics end every day was Saturday
Oh, what a good thing we had gone bad, oh, what a good thing we had

The whole wide world was jealous, we wouldn't hear a thing they'd tell us
Never did need any money, everything was milk and honey
Oh, long walks by the river, talkin' 'bout livin' together
Oh, what a good thing we had gone bad, oh, what a good thing we had

Long weeks of waitin' and livin' for the day we marry
Oh, what a good thing we had gone bad, oh, what a good thing we had
Happiness and laughter, we found everything we were after
Oh, what a good thing we had gone bad, oh, what a good thing we had

The whole wide world was jealous, we wouldn't hear a thing they'd tell us
Never did need any money, everything was milk and honey
Oh, long walks by the river, talkin' 'bout livin' together
Oh, what a good thing we had gone bad, oh, what a good thing we had
Oh, what a good thing we had gone bad, oh, what a good thing we had


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"Oh, What a Good Thing We Had" as written by June Carter Johnny Cash

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