Good Hearted Woman

Album: Wanted! The Outlaws (1976)
Charted: 25
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  • A long time forgotten are dreams that just fell by the way
    The good life he promised ain't what she's living today
    But she never complains of the bad times or bad things he's done, Lord
    She just talks about the good times they've had and all the good times to come
    She's a good-hearted woman in love with a good-timin' man
    She loves him in spite of his ways that she don't understand
    Through teardrops and laughter, they'll pass through this world hand-in-hand,
    A good-hearted woman loving her good timing man
    He like the night life, the bright lights and good-timin' friends
    When the party's all over she'll welcome him back home again
    Lord knows she don't understand him, but she does the best that she can
    'Cause she's a good-hearted woman; she loves her good timin' man
    She's a good-hearted woman in love with a good-timin' man
    She loves him in spite of his ways that she don't understand
    Through teardrops and laughter, they'll pass through this world hand-in-hand,
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