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With the homeless situation as bad as it has become and so many people not knowing how many of them got there or remain there, this is an homage to those of them who are good people.
GOOD WITH GOD
Nick Columbia and Sam Cooper ©2012
I went to church in 1995, they wouldn't recognize me now.
Holes in my shoes and my jeans and my shirt, Lord knows I could use a few pounds.
Don't have much except a smoker's cough, and a story to tell,
The last few years, wherever I am, I always end up in jail.
I just do my time, nobody posts my bail,
I ain't good with people,
They ain't good with me,
But I don't need to put up no façade.
Cause I'm good with God.
I'm good with God.
Once I had a 9 to 5, two ex-wives, three kids,
Today, if you ask, they deny I'm alive, not their fault that I did what I did.
The best gift I can give 'em is to never see them again.
All I can do for myself is to try every day to maintain.
Wherever I am is what's left of my domain.
A stranger felt sorry and gave me a hundred dollar bill one day.
But I saw a homeless woman with a shoeless child, so I gave it all away.
This is how I pray.
This is a good folk/country rock track. i like the performance and the subtle style of the vocals which sounds real and authentic which is extremely important on these types of tracks.
good lyrics and the music backing works well at supporting the theme while also being a little different in a very subtle way,
Great TuneI listened to it 3 times