"I Need a Good Woman Bad" as written by and Tom/conley Brasfield....
Make the best of some bad romances.
Held on much too long to past mistakes.
Always holding out for something better.
Seems I'm either too early or a little too late.

And I need a good woman, bad.
To laugh when I'm happy, cry when I'm said.
I know she's out there somewhere, waiting for me.
I need a good woman, bad.
One I can have without being had;
If that ain't too much to ask I need a good woman, bad.

Now I'm no stranger to taking chances;
In fact that don't bother me at all,
'Cause I'm so tired of one night stand's love.
I'm finally ready for a lifetime fall.

And I need a good woman, bad.
To laugh when I'm happy, cry when I'm said.
I know she's out there somewhere, waiting for me.
I need a good woman, bad.
One I can have without being had;
If that ain't too much to ask I need a good woman, bad.

I need a good woman, bad.
One I can have without feeling had;
If that ain't too much to ask I need a good woman, bad.


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"I Need a Good Woman Bad" as written by Tom Brasfield Earl Thomas Conley

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