"Sweet Old Fashion Goodness" as written by Lee Thomas Miller, Carson Chamberlain and Michael (us 1) White....
Wind chimes in a weeping willow
Biscuits light as feather pillows
At Mama's house
Sunday morning kids a squirming
Thank the preacher for the sermon
As you're walking out
Sweet old fashion goodness
Old man comes out and pumps your gas
Tells a joke while he cleans your glass
And says that you friend
Grab a cup of sugar from your neighbor
Honor roll made the morning paper
Cut it out again
Sweet old fashion goodness

We don't need no bureaucrats
No scientists or diplomats
To help us figure out what this world needs
Just sweet old fashion goodness

He says have you met my young bride
We got married back in '49
She ain't changed at all
There's a nervous boy on the front porch waiting
While the daddy of the girl hes been dating
Lays down the law
Sweet old fashion goodness


Nothin' but sweet old fashion goodness

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"Sweet Old Fashion Goodness" as written by Lee Miller Carson Chamberlain

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