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I’m just a country boy who was fortunate enough to see a little bit of the world, courtesy of Uncle Sam.

NOW, I’m just going to sail on down the line…

Sail on down the line ’bout-a half-a mile or so,
and-a don’t really wanna know-a where you’re goin’.
Maybe once or twice, you see, time after time
I tried-a to, to hold on to what we got, but-a now you’re goin’;
and I don’t mind about the things you’re gonna say, Lord
I gave all my money, and my time.
I know it’s a shame, but I’m givin’ you back your name, yeah, yeah.
Yes I’ll be on my way, I won’t be back to stay,
I guess I’ll move along, I’m lookin’ for a good time.
Sail on down the line, ain’t it funny how the time can go on-a
friends say they told me so, but it doesn’t matter.
It was plain to see that a small town boy like me
just-a wasn’t your cup of tea,
It was wishful thinkin’.
I gave you my heart and I tried to make you happy,
and you gave me nothin’ in return.
You know, it ain’t so hard to say, “Would you please just go away, ” yeah, yeah.
I’ve thrown away the blues, I’m tired of bein’ used.
I want everyone to know I’m lookin’ for a good time, good time, yeah.
I gave you my heart and I tried to make you happy,
and you gave me nothin’ in return.
You know, it ain’t so hard to say, “Would you please just go away, ” yeah, yeah.
Got nothin’ else to lose, I’m tired of bein’ used,
I want everyone to know I’m lookin’ for a good time, good time,
whoa, oh, sail on honey, good times never felt so good.
Sail on sugar, good times never felt so good.
Songwriters: Lionel Richie

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