Good Thing's Gone Bad

Album: Shake What God Gave Ya (2010)

Songfacts®:

  • This is the closing track of American Country artist James Otto's third studio album, Shake What God Gave Ya. The song is a collaboration with Country legend Ronnie Milsap. Otto told The Boot: "That was one of my favorite parts of making this record - being able to collaborate with one of my favorite artists of all time, a guy I consider the godfather of Country Soul. He's the guy I point to most often when I bring up my style of music, because he is the guy who bridged the gap between those types of music."
  • When Otto performs this song at his live shows, he serves it in a mash-up with Milsap's Pop-Country hit, "Stranger in My House," which he told The Boot was the genesis for this duet.

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