"Life Is Good" as written by Billy Crain, Liz Rose and Tammy Hyler....
I've let too many little things
Ruffle my feathers, weigh down my wings
And I have wasted precious time
On the difference between a dollar and a dime
Kept my heart under wraps
And watched my life slip through the cracks

Finally it dawned on me, yeah
This road's not as hard as it seems
I'm takin' the lows a whole lot better
All my edges fit together
Everyday feels like it should
Life is good

I'm learning to laugh at myself
Humble enough to ask for help
I'm willing to take a second look
Give it a chance not close the book, no
I took what I used to know and then I let it all go

'Cause finally it dawned on me, yeah
This road's not as hard as it seems
I'm takin' the lows a whole lot better
All my edges fit together
Everyday feels like it should
Life is good, yeah, yeah, life is good
Whoa yeah, yeah, life is good

Finally it dawned on me, yeah
This road's not as hard as it seems
I'm takin' the lows a whole lot better
All my edges fit together
Everyday feels like it should

Finally it dawned on me, yeah
This road's not as hard as it seems
I'm takin' the lows a whole lot better
All my edges fit together
Everyday feels like it should

Finally it dawned on me, yeah
This road's not as hard as it seems
I'm takin' the lows a whole lot better
All my edges fit together
Everyday feels like it should
Life is good, yeah, yeah, life is good
Whoa, yeah, yeah


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"Life Is Good" as written by Liz Rose Billy Crain

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