Jamie Leger - Good Days

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This song tells the stories of two people who had early success in life but then fall on hard times. Sound familiar? ..... But wait for the ending. They find happiness again.
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Good Days
© 2010 by Marc David Blackwell, Dean Brantley Taylor and James Edward Leger

Mary read the icing on her birthday cake
Forty-one just seemed too late
Once a prom queen, once a Junior Miss
Now feeling so old with no one to kiss

But she’s only halfway down her journey still
In forty more, she’ll have more thrills
She’ll dance the tango with just the right man
Forever, he’ll take hold of her hand

Good days come back again
Just hold on, just hang in
They’ve been here before
It’s not always so black
Good days, yeah
Good days come back

Johnny wrote a lyric for his latest song
“Glory days, glory gone”
Once a pop king, once a superstar
His fans forgot him. He’s fallen so far

But he always finds some dream left in his heart
It gives him strength, and he will restart
He’ll sing the songs that make the women cry
Once again, he'll bring tears to their eyes

Good days come back again
Just hold on, just hang in
They’ve been here before
It’s not always so black
Good days, yeah
Good days come back

Johnny married, finally, late in life
Never so happy, never so right
The lovely lady that he held so dear
It was Mary. He brought out her smiles
Brought out her tears

Good days come back again
Just hold on, just hang in
They’ve been here before
It’s not always so black
Good days, yeah
Good days come back

Good days come back again
Just hold on, just hang in
They’ve been here before
It’s not always so black
Good days, yeah
Good days come back

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from Rise Above, released August 24, 2010
Written by Marc David Blackwell, Dean Brantley Taylor and James Edward Leger
Performed by Jamie Leger
Produced by Marc David Blackwell

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Chronic Fatigue Songs

These are songs of hope and understanding for those affected by Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), Fibromyalgia (FM), Lyme, Gulf War Syndrome (GWS), ME, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) and similar conditions. Dean Brantley Taylor, a songwriter with CFS-ME-Lyme, writes the lyrics, some of the melodies and helps a little with producing the songs. His talented, generous collaborators do the rest. ... more

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