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Music Trivia -> Same Title, Different Song -> Good Enough

There's only so many unique two word or three word titles that can be invented before groups begin to recycle titles. There's nothing wrong with that of course, but it can be confusing if you're trying to sort out what song is a cover of another song. This section lists songs with identical titles, but different lyrics. To help us keep track of which songs are which, the first two lines of each unique song are listed.

"Good Enough"

The following are all the different songs that are titled "Good Enough". Check out the index for more examples of songs that have Same Title, but a Different Song.

Now you can count on me for anything you choose
Say but the best that I can offer is love true
Submitted by: Isac
The first time I brought you home
My mama said that he ain't good enough
Submitted by: Robert Jon Brown
Hey, your glass is empty
It's a hell of a long way home
Submitted by: Sutch
She was hell on her mama, impossible to please
She wore out her daddy, got the best of me
Submitted by: Sutch
U.S. prime, grade A stamped guaranteed
Grease it up, and turn on the heat
Submitted by: Isac
Some people said He was a prophet
He was a teacher of the law
Submitted by: artifex

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