"Good As New" as written by and Pat Mclaughlin Billy Burnette....
I had a broken watch on a broken chain
I had a rood that leaked every time it rained
I had an old guitar that wouldn’t stay in tune
But now it sounds just fine since I’ve met you
I’m good as new

I had some crazy thoughts runnin’ through my brain
Wonderin’ if my life was goin’ down the drain
I had a broken heart, broken right in two
But now it’s in one piece since I’ve met you
I’m good as new

You made my life like a lullaby
You put the spark back into my eyes
You put the shine in the shining sea
And you hung the moon where it should be

Now my old yard is looking nice and green
And my old car, well, it’s a clean machine
Even my old dog, she can feel it too
It’s not the same old thing since I’ve met you
I’m good as new

Since I’ve met you
Well, I’m good as new
Since I’ve met you
I’m good as new


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"Good as New" as written by Billy Burnette Pat Mclaughlin

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