“A GOOD MAN
Holly Williams/Sarah Buxton

If I never saw you once again
If suddenly you met your bitter end
I’m not sure I’d ever understand
But I could say I loved a good man
If I couldn’t hold you anymore
Or leave the world to lie at our front door
And crawl inside this hiding place with you
I’m not sure I’d ever make it through

Oh your tender heart
Taught me the hardest part that I could never learn
Everything you do promises I love you
If you ever slip out of my hands
I could say I loved a good man
Looking at your face across the room
Everything else fades but me and you
Love is not as simple as it seems
But I have learned to trust the space between

Oh your tender heart
Taught me the hardest part that I could never learn
Everything you do promises I love you
If you ever slip out of my hands
I could say I loved a good man
When we look back on our years together
The only one I gave my whole heart to
I hope that we’re still counting on forever like it’s something new

Oh your tender heart
taught me the hardest part Is having to let go
Everything you do promises I love you
If you ever slip out of my hands
I could say I held, I could say I knew,
I could say I loved a good man