We Could Be So Good Together

Album: Waiting For The Sun (1968)
  • We could be so good together
    Yeah, so good together
    We could be so good together
    Yeah, we could, I know we could
    Tell you lies
    I tell you wicked lies
    Tell you lies
    Tell you wicked lies

    Tell you 'bout the world that we'll invent
    Wanton world without lament
    Enterprise, expedition
    Invitation and invention
    Yeah, so good together
    Ah, so good together
    We could be so good together
    Yeah, we could, know we could
    Alright!

    We could be so good together
    Yeah, so good together
    We could be so good together
    Ya, we could, know we could
    Tell you lies
    Tell you wicked lies
    Tell you lies
    Tell you wicked lies

    The time you wait subtracts the joy
    Beheads the angels you destroy
    Angels fight, angels cry
    Angels dance and angels die
    Yeah, so good together
    Ah, but so good together
    We could be so good together
    Yeah, we could, know we could Writer/s: Jim Morrison, John Paul Densmore, Raymond D Manzarek, Robert A Krieger
    Publisher: Doors Music Company
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