Hurt So Good

by Susan Cadogan

Susan Cadogan (born Alison Anne Cadogan, 2 November 1951, Kingston, Jamaica) is a reggae singer best known for her hit records in the 1970s.




When I was a young boy,
Said put away those young boy ways
Now that I'm getting' older so much older
I long all those young boy days
With a girl like you
With a girl like you
Lord knows there are things we can do, baby
Just me and you
Come on and make it a

Hurt so good
Come on baby make it hurt so good
Sometimes love don't feel like it should
You make it hurt so good

You don't have to be so exciting 
Just trying to give myself a little bit of fun, yeah
You always look so inviting 
You ain't as green as you are young
Hey baby it's you
Come on girl now it's you
Sink your teeth right through my bones, baby
Let's see what we can do
Come on and make it a
 
Hurt so good
Come on baby make it hurt so good
Sometimes love don't feel like it should
You make it hurt so good

I ain't talking no big deals
I ain't made no plans myself
I ain't talking no high heels
Maybe we could walking around, all day long,
Walking around, all day long
 
Hurt so good
Come on baby make it hurt so good
Sometimes love don't feel like it should
You make it hurt so good
Hurt so good
Come on baby make it hurt so good
Sometimes love don't feel like it should
You make it hurt so good

Hey, hey

Written by: PHILLIP MITCHELL

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