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Williams Brothers – So Good lyrics

[Verse 1:]
Ought to be somebody out there
Who knows that God is so good,
(So good, so good).
Ought to be somebody out there
Who knows that God is so good,
(So good, so good).

Stepped in the furnace
(A long time ago),
Had ole? Shadrach, Meshach
(And Abendigo);
They came running back to town
To tell everybody God is
So good, so good.

[Verse 2:]
I wish Paul and Silas were here right now
And they'd tell that God is so good,
(So good, so good).
I wish that woman from Samaria could be right here
And she'd tell you that God is
(So good, so good).

He asked her for some water
(At the well one day),
And she went running and rejoicing
(Along the way);
She ran back to town
To tell everybody God is
So good, so good.

[Verse 3:]
So good, so good.
So good, so good.
So good, so good.
So good, so good.

Rescued Daniel (in the lion's den),
And He did all of this (way back then);
And you ask me and I'll tell you again and again,
So good, so good.

[Chorus:]
So good, so good.

[Verse 4:]
You ought to let Him in
(Into your life),
I'm not talking about man but
(Jesus Christ).

[Vamp:]
He's alright



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/w/williams_brothers/so_good.html

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