How To Be Good / The Time Will Come

by Dolly Valentine

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Good things come to those who wait I’ve been waiting a long time Traveled through every state On this land and in my mind What do I do with all this sweetness? How to be good in all my weakness How to be good People like to say I’m easygoing I’ll go wherever the wind is blowing Not where you go but how you’re going And knowing How to be good How to be good I give good love with my sweetheart Even when I feel bitter Loving ain’t always easy With this whole world to consider What do I do with all this sweetness? How to be good in all my weakness How to be good People like to say I’m easygoing I’ll go wherever the wind is blowing Not where you go but how you’re going And knowing How to be good How to be good People like to say I’m easygoing I’ll go wherever the wind is blowing Not where you go but how you’re going And knowing How to be good, how to be good How to be good, how to be good How to be good, how to be good
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Everyone’s singing their favorite song You don’t know the tune Can’t sing along That’s fine You just haven’t heard it yet Everyone seems so in love You can’t find the one That fits like a glove That’s fine You just haven’t met them yet The time will come The time will come In its own way You can’t compare to anyone The time will come Everyone seems to have good luck And you can’t get a break Your life feels stuck That’s fine You’re just not there yet You’re looking at what other people got But you’ve got things that they do not And that’s fine You just can’t compare that The time will come The time will come In its own way You can’t compare to anyone The time will come You don’t trust life anymore Living one foot out the door Well I pray You will stay Everything comes back around Trust me darling I’ve been down I pray You will stay The time will come The time will come In its own way You can’t compare to anyone The time will come The time will come The time will come The time will come The time will come

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released July 31, 2020

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Dolly Valentine

Dolly Valentine is an American singer-songwriter from Cincinnati, Ohio. Her music feels like a warm hug - dissolving labels and focusing on our shared humanness. Her debut album “How To Be Good”, produced by Ryan Hadlock (The Lumineers) featured on NPR's "All Songs Considered." Her songs ride the tide of a changing world with honesty and hope for the universe at large and the universe in our souls ... more

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