"Good Year" as written by and Roger Meade/naffah Clyne....
You used to write my name
On the back of your notebook
All adorned with smiles and hearts and stars
But lately it would appear

That you found yourself a black magic marker
Just to make absolutely sure
That no one ever thought
That you'd take it that far

It's been a good year for, bad days
Or a bad year for, good days
Well here we go again now, here we go again now

You used to write me those
Funny little letters
In a language ours and ours alone
I gave my "Catcher in the Rye"
For your "Cats Cradle"
And I gave my "White" for your "Abby Road"

It's been a good year for, bad days
Or a bad year for, good days
Well, here we go again now, here we go again now

Truck tires, trash fires
Face first, through the wire
Adios, Au'revoir
I see now what I never saw
No more pet names, postcards and picture frames
Adios, Au'revoir
I see now what I never saw

No more bad knees
Post cards and picture frames
Adios, Au'revoir
I see now that I never saw

It's been a good year for, bad days
Or a bad year for, good days
It's been a good year for, bad days
Or a bad year for, good days

It's been a good year for, bad days
Or a bad year for, good days
It's been a good year for, bad days
Or a bad year for, good days yeah...


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"Good Year" as written by Brian Blush Arthur "buddy" Edwards

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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