"So Far So Good" as written by Hugo Garnet David Manuel, Samuel Hudson Scott, Robin Donald Mcdiarmid, Ben Rimmer, Jody Prewett and Keith Monteith....
I guess I've had a sweetlife, for thirty years
I've tasted all the good life, Belgian beers
And living in the fast lane, could end in tears
I'm older, but I'm wider.
I wanna do this forever
But I don't know if I should
I think I'm pretty together
So far, so good.
You might have heard some stories, a tale or two
Well just in case you wondered, it's all true
When I woke up this morning, I couldn't find my shoes
Now take that as a warning.
I wanna do this forever
But I don't know if I should
I think I'm pretty together
So far, so good.
I've travelled every nation
I've stopped at every station
Had every invitation
But then came my frustration
The taxman took my money
From the land of milk and honey
But now I think, it's funny
Lazing on a sunny afternoon.
Now don't get so excited, it's only Rock'n Roll
Go out and sell your records, but not your soul
No remorse, no regrets
It ain't over 'til it's over.
I wanna do this forever
But I don't know if I should
I think I'm pretty together
So far, so good,
So far, so good.






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"So Far So Good" as written by Hugo Garnet David Manuel Ben Rimmer

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