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Good Times Go (Isle aux Morts Boys)

Where does the good times go,
Where does the river flow;
Where does the north wind blow,
Where does the good times go?

Lips that used to burn with love,
Now are cold beneath my touch;
Still I love you oh so much,
Where does the good times go?

Where does the good times go,
Where does the river flow;
Where does the north wind blow,
Where does the good times go?

Arms that used to hold me tight,
Eyes that shone with love so bright;
Now have changed like day to night,
Where does the good times go?

Where does the good times go,
Where does the river flow;
Where does the north wind blow,
Where does the good times go?

Where does the good times go,
Where does the river flow;
Where does the north wind blow,
Where does the good times go?
Where does the good times go?

####.... Buck Owens ....####
Where Does the Good Times Go is a 1967 single from Buck Owens' record It Takes People Like You with the B-side Way That I Love You. It was a number one country hit for Capitol Records, spending four weeks at the top spot on the US Billboard Hot Country Singles chart and 14 weeks total on the 1966-1967 chart.

A variant was also recorded by Merle Haggard (Sing Me Back Home, trk#6, 1968 LP, Capitol Records); and reissued on CD by both Capitol and Koch International.

This variant was recorded as Good Times Go by the Isle aux Morts Boys (The Sweetest Of All, trk#2, 1990 Cassette, Independent, Isle aux Morts, NL).


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