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Casey James – The Good Life lyrics

Songwriters: Carusoe, Scooter; James, Casey

A cup of coffee and a clear head
Jelly over warm cornbread
Feeling ready for whatever the day's gonna bring
Old boots, socks are new
Neighbors waving, the sky is blue
I may be almost broke, but this feeling is free

No doubt I'm right where I belong
No part of this road feels wrong
Yeah, it looks like the good life's
Coming on strong

Painted toes and tangled hair
Perfect walk caught my stare
One look, I was hooked, and I haven't let go
And up ahead half a mile
I stop in to see that smile
Thank you, Lord, for that angel watching over me

No doubt I'm right where I belong
No part of this road feels wrong
Yeah, it looks like the good life's
Coming on strong

Like forgiveness on Sunday
Or syrup and pancakes
We're meant to be
She opens the door
And she jumps in my arms
Yeah, it's easy to see

Yeah, no doubt I'm right where I belong
No part of this road feels wrong
Yeah, it looks like the good life

Finally, my steps are steady and true
And it's all because of you
Yeah, it looks like the good life's
Coming on strong

The good life's coming on strong
Well, the good life's coming on



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