"Good Enuff" as written by Colin Harper, Lindi Marie Ortega, Thomas Wesley Pentz and David James Andrew Taylor....
It's never ever good enough for you
I got this strange little feeling
That my words ain't appealing to you
Not good enough for you
Me love the music and so me dweet
Me smoke herb 'cause it's sweet a nuh true
Good enough for you
Me can't fight the feeling that my words ain't appealing to you
Not good enough for you
Me love the music and so me dweet
Me smoke weed 'cause it's sweet a nuh true

Burn it up in the atmosphere
Watch the smoke, rise up, where do we go from here
Why did I think that the truth would become clear
I tell you how I feel, you say it's insincere
We try baby but were going south
I try baby but your full of doubt
So tell me what am I to do right now?

Light it up, light it up, and hope it don't burn out!
'Cause every little high we hit
We never make the most of it,
You always think I'm talking shit,
I swear, I mean every word of it
Light it up, light it up, light it up
Light it up, light it up, light it up!

'Cause it's never ever good enough for you
I got this strange little feeling
That my words ain't appealing to you
Not good enough for you
Me love the music and so me dweet
Me smoke herb 'cause it's sweet a nuh true
Good enough for you (good enough for you)
Me can't fight the feeling that my words ain't appealing to you
Not good enough for you (good enough for you)
Me love the music and so me dweet
Me smoke weed 'cause it sweet a nuh true


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

"Good Enuff" as written by Colin Harper Thomas Wesley Pentz

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, OLE MEDIA MANAGEMENT LP, SONGS MUSIC PUBLISHING

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