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Terri Clark – The Good Was Great lyrics

Running my fingers
Slowly through your locks of ebony
Hearing you sing "Blackbird" in the shower
Just a little bit off key
Ain't that just like me?
And my selective memory

To forget about the hurt, the tears, and the lies
Forget slammin' doors, and a hundred goodbyes
I miss you like crazy, make no mistake
The bad was bad baby, but the good was great

We'd break up just to make up
Then we'd do it all again
But the moments that we made love
I never wanted it to end
Leave the bitter, keep the sweet
That's the part I'll, take with me

And forget about the hurt, the tears, and the lies
Forget slammin' doors, and a hundred goodbyes
I miss you like crazy, make no mistake
The bad was bad baby, but the good was great

We came so close, a real almost
And that's the honest truth
All that said, I don't regret
One day of loving you...

I miss you like crazy, make no mistake
I miss you like crazy, what can I say
The bad was bad baby, but the good was great
The good was great



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