"Good Woman Bad" as written by Pat Mclaughlin and Roger Andrew Younger....
She was out last night
Til way past ten
Same thing all over again
But with my best friend
Why'd she wanna make me so mad?

I treat that bad woman good
Lord, I need a good woman bad

Now when I asked her
To go to Sunday school
She went and called me a damned ol' fool
Now i dont understand
Why'd she wanna make me so sad?

I treat that bad woman good
Lord, I need a good woman bad

Oh here she comes
Oh, there she goes

Well I saved my money
And I bought her a car
She got it stolen outside a bar
She looks good, but she might not be
The kind of woman that I'm likely to need
Oh well I don't know why I let her walk on in
She's as impolite as she can be
Now I'm starting to think
Hey maybe I've been had

I treat that bad woman good,
Lord, I need a good woman bad

I treat that bad woman good,
Lord, I need a good woman bad

I treat that bad woman good,
Lord, I need a good woman bad


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"Good Woman Bad" as written by Pat Mclaughlin Roger Younger

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