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Corbin & Hanner – Livin' The Good Life lyrics

Got a house made of wood and stone
It'll last way past when the kids are grown
This old car it'll run for years
Flat head engine, three forward gears
And oh my livin' the good life
Holes in my shirt and paint on my shoes
And oh my I'm in heaven
With just a little love from you
Tie a tire up to a tree
And that'll be the play gym for the baby
And a room made of cut down trees
What's good enough for Lincoln's
Good enough for me
Monday we'll moan, Tuesday we'll fight
And we'll go out every Saturday night
We won't do much 'cause the money's thin
Pack up a banquet and take to the drive-in
Oh my livin' the good life
Oh my livin' the good life

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