"Good Man" as written by Taura Stinson and Raphael Saadiq....
I'm a good man, food's on the table, working two jobs
Ready willing and able check your name
I'm having fun, got no kids and I love the Lord, check your name
I'm monogamous, never did time but maybe just once, check your name
And I puts it down, wanna see it twice, brother puts it down, check

How could you ever walk away, after all I've done for you
I feel like there's a knife in my back, babe
You might as well pull it all the way through

Good man, I'm a good man, food's on the table, working two jobs
Ready willing and able check your name, good man
I'm having fun, got no kids and I love the Lord, check your name
Good man, I'm monogamous never did time but maybe just once, check your name
And I puts it down, wanna see it twice, brother puts it down, check

You watched them hand cuff me lady, and walk me to my room
I never been so humiliated, I don't think that I deserve it for you
Good man, I'm a good man, food's on the table, working two jobs
Ready willing and able check your name, good man
I'm having fun, got no kids and I love the Lord, check your name
I'm monogamous never did time but maybe just once, check your name
And I puts it down, wanna see it twice, brother puts it down, check
Right now I'm a better, better than ever, so much better than ever
My life is better, my love is pretty, so much better, now
Without you, I never had so
Without you, whenever inside
(I'm a good man) How could you just walk away
When the things got rough you quickly ran into... somebody say
There's one thing I know so I'm a tell you that I'm a good man, back to you, a good man
Good man, good man, good man, good man


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"Good Man" as written by Raphael Saadiq Taura Stinson

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