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Sue Thompson – Have A Good Time lyrics

(Doo-wah, doo-wah, have a good time)
(Doo-wah, doo-wah, have a good time)

Goodbye (goodbye) I hate to see you go
But have a good time (have a good time)
So long, I'll miss you, dear, I know
But have a good time (have a good time)

Have your fling, be gay with your new love
I'm setting you free
Dance and sing, pretend that it's true love
Don't worry 'bout me

I-I-I-I know (I know) that tears will only drive you
Farther away (farther away)
Just go, forget that I'm alive
It's your holiday (it's your holiday)

When you're tired of being reckless and carefree
Remember that I'll be waiting to welcome you home
So have a good time (have a good time)

[SPOKEN:]
Bye, baby
Gee, I hate to see you go, but have a good time
So long, you know I’m really gonna miss you
But have a good time

And, honey when you're tired of being reckless and carefree
Remember that I'll be waiting to welcome you home
So have a good time (have a good time)
Have a good time, baby (have a good time)



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