"Good Life" as written by Ted Bruner, Cody Ross Hanson and Austin John Winkler....
If I were you I'd be taking it easy
Kick back and relax for a little while
We'll all still be here tomorrow
Take time just to act like a little child
No matter what the world has in store for us
You got the ring that better get off of us
Reach out for a comfortable chair
Rejoice and throw your arms in the air

'Cause it's a good life so why you trippin'
The good life slippin' away

If you're boss is giving you pressure
Let go, take a breather in the park
You've got to find out what's your pleasure
In time you'll be singing like a lark
Pretty soon your sorry will chime for all
Somebody will heed your call
Leave all your troubles and pain
And rise like Phoenix from the flame

'Cause it's a good life so why you trippin'
The good life slippin' away

Reach out for a comfortable chair
Rejoice and throw your arms in the air

Now the gospel according to Boots is
If you're gonna have a life, you might as well have a good one

'Cause it's a good life so why you trippin'
The good life slippin' away


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"Good Life" as written by Kristian Ottestad

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