It's All Good Lyrics

by Montgomery Gentry

Lazy summer sundown
Front porch of this old house
Lightning bugs in a Mason jar
There's a four lane comin' through
They break ground at the end of June
The counties takin' half my yard

It don't matter too much anyway
In the scheme of things
I still get more than I should

It's all good, it's alright
Lord, it's always a good day
When you're glad to be alive
Everything I need, ain't too hard to find
So I don't waste my time complainin'
'Cause I don't see how I could, it's all good

Another bill in the box today
New boats gonna have to wait
My pick-up truck just broke down
Grass needs movin'
I hear the plant's closin'
It won't be the end of this town

Folks round here see things in a different way
That'll never change
There's one thing that's understood

It's all good, it's alright
Lord, it's always a good day
When you're glad to be alive
Everything I need, ain't too hard to find
So I don't waste my time complainin'
'Cause I don't see how I could, it's all good

It's all good, it's alright
Lord, it's always a good day
When you're glad to be alive
Everything I need, ain't too hard to find
So I don't waste my time complainin'
'Cause I don't see how I could, it's all good, it's all good
I don't waste my time complainin', it's all good