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HOW COME YOU'RE BEING SO GOOD TO ME (John Hartford) John Hartford - 1966 You scratch my back and wash my socks You answer the door when the preacher knocks You scrub the floor and fill my belly With peanut butter and apple jelly You change the kid at half past three How come you're being so good to me How come you come each time I call When I get hung up in the hall How come you come each time I yell >From down inside my lazy spell How come you come each time I scream How come you're being so good to me Every time the roof caves in Like a toothpaste ad you sit and grin And if you're mad it sure don't show When I announce I gotta go You fill my pipe before I leave How come you're being so good to me How come you come each time I groan And carry me home when I get stoned How come you move when I say go How come you hop when I say toad How come you cook when I say eat How come you're being so good to me You cut the wood and slop the hogs And dig post holes and feed the dogs Patch up holes in your cotton sack Drive the truck to town and back While I decorate your window with my big rusty feet How come you're being so good to me How come you come each time I call When I get hung up in the hall How come you come each time I yell >From down inside my lazy spell How come you come each time I scream How come you're being so good to me (Transcribed by Mel Priddle - November 2012)

    


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