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Bruce Willis – Good Lovin' lyrics

(Good love)
(Good love)
(Good love)
(Good love)

I was feeling, so bad
I asked my family doctor just what I had
I said Dr. (Dr.)
Mr. M.D. (Dr.)
Now can you tell me what's ailing me (Dr.)
He said yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
(Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
Yes indeed, all I, I really need

(Good love) Now gimme that good good lovin'
(Good love) All I need is love
(Good love) Good good lovin' baby
(Good love)

Now honey please, squeeze me tight (squeeze me tight)
Don't you want your baby to feel alright
I said baby (baby)
Now it's for sure (it's for sure)

I got the fever, yeah
And you got the cure (got the cure)
Everybody yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
(Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah)
Yes indeed, all I, I really need

(Good love) Now come on and gimme that lovin'
(Good love) All I need is lovin'
(Good love) Good good lovin' baby
(Good love)

(Bridge)

(Good love)
(Good love)
(Good love) All I need is love
(Good love) All I want is love
(Good love) Lovin' you early in the morning now
(Good love) Lovin' you late at night now
(Good love) Love, love
(Good love) Love, love, love, love, love



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/b/bruce_willis/good_lovin.html

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