Good as I Was to You

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Lorrie Morgan

Loretta Lynn "Lorrie" Morgan (born June 27, 1959, in Nashville, Tennessee) is an American country music singer. She is the daughter of George Morgan, a country music singer who charted several hit singles between 1949 and his death in 1975. Lorrie Morgan charted her first single in 1978, although s… more »

She drove up to the restaurant where they use to dine
He was sitting at the table with someone new this time
She walked up right beside him her face did not turn red
She looked at him so calmly and this is what she said

Good as I was to you is this the thanks I get?
Are all the years we shared so easy to forget?
Does this mean that you've won?
Are you finally having fun?
Is she your dream come true?
Oh, she sure looks good but she won't ever be 
As good as I was to you

The room got awfully quiet and everybody stared
Finally the waiter said, "Should I bring another chair."
She said, "No. I was just leaving." but as she walked out the door
She said, "Honey, you can have him I don't want him anymore."

Good as I was to you Is this the thanks I get?
Are all the years we shared so easy to forget?
Is this the way it's done? Looking out for number one?
Did you think it through?
She sure looks good but she won't ever be 
Good as I was to you go to lead, 

Does this mean that you've won?
Are you finally having fun?
Is she your dream come true?
Oh, she sure looks good but she won't ever be 
As good as I was to you
As good as I was to you

Written by: BILLY LIVSEY, DON SCHLITZ

Lyrics © CAROL VINCENT & ASSOC LLC

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