Circle left A long time forgotten are dreams that just fell by the way Walk out around that corner, see saw around your own Men star right, one time tonight Left allemande that corner, come home a dosado Left allemande, you're gonna swing and promenade She's a good hearted woman in love with a good timin' man
FIGURE C4, corner progression
Heads square thru gonna get me 4 and go Around the corner lady, do a little dosado Curlique and then, scoot back my friend Boys run right and a right & left thru and then Do a dixie style to an ocean wave, balance up and back Boys cross fold, swing that girl and promenade She's a good hearted woman in love with a good timin' man
MIDDLE BREAK Basic
Well now those 4 little ladies chain, go straight across that ring Gonna roll away a 1/2 sashay, circle left I sing 4 ladies roll away, gonna circle left that way Left allemande that corner, well weave around that ring He likes bright lights and night life, and square dancing friends Dosado, you'll promenade again She's a good hearted woman in love with a good timin' man
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A long time forgotten are dreams that just felt by the way.
And the good life he promised ain't what she's living today.
But she never complains of the bad times or bad things he's done
She's just talks about the good times they've had and all the good times to come.
She's a good hearted woman in love with a good timin' man.
She loves him in spite of his ways that she don't understand.
Through teardrops and laughter they'll pass though his world hand in hand.
A good hearted woman lovin' her good timin' man.
He likes the night life the bright lights and good timin' friends.
When the party's all over she welcomes him back home again.
Lord knows she don't understand him but she does the best that she can.
'Cause she's a good hearted woman she loves her good timin' man.
She's a good hearted woman ...
Lyrics by Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson. Recorded by Willie Nelson.