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Sugar, A Good Idea Tabs (ver.1)

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A Good Idea Tabs (ver.1)

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I went down to the river
On a warm summer night
The air was thick with the smell of---temptation

Well he said, “Why don’t we lay in the water?”
Let the water run over me
And she grinned as she said as she said as she said

That’s a good idea she said she said
That’s a good idea she said she said
That’s a good idea she said she said
That’s a good idea she said she said

He held her head high in his hands
He held her down deep in the stream
He saw the bubbles and matted hair
Mixed in with seaweed
He started to scream
Was it something I said?
Was it something I said?
And she said and she said
And she said and she said

Now that’s a good idea she said she said
To be alone with you she said she said
I’ve been waiting for years
And I’d rather be dead
That’s a good idea he said he said

He held her down in the river [stop]
He held her down in the water [stop]
Another river of mud [stop]
Wash away those tears
He said he said

Now that’s a good idea (he said he said)
Now that’s a good idea (he said he said)
Now that’s a good idea (he said he said)
Now that’s a good idea (he said he said)

I saw them from the ocean
She didn’t seem to mind
Didn’t fight it at all
She didn’t fight it at all

Some things are best left alone
And sometimes I’m best left alone
And sometimes I see you in the water
At night at night at night

That’s a good idea she said she said
I wanna feel you in the water
With your hands on my head
Push you down into the water
She said she said

That’s a good idea she said she said
That’s a good idea she said she said
etc....


Contributed by Billybob, October 16, 1995
            
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