Three Days Grace

The Good Life - Get it on Itunes

May 12th
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"The Good Life" is a song and the second single from Three Days Grace's 2009 album Life Starts Now. It was released for radio airplay on February 9, 2010. It charted at #85 on the Canadian Hot 100 before becoming a single. The song also was featured on ESPN's Winter X Games XIV, and was used during the Professional Motocross Freestyle show Nuclear Cowboyz. "The Good Life" was the featured song for the 2010 ACC Men's Basketball Tournament, and also during the 2010 NFL Draft. The song was also performed during a concert of Three Days Grace along series of concerts during the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver on February 15, 2010. The song hit #1 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks and Rock Songs chart and #4 on the Alternative Songs chart matching "Break". This would be the last Three Days Grace song to hit the Top 10 on the Alternative Songs chart.

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The good life is
What I need
Too many people
Stepping over me
The only thing that's
Been on my mind
Is the one thing I need before I die

All I want is a little of
The good life
All I need is to have
A good time
The good life

I don't really know
Who I am
It's time for me
To take a stand
I need a change
And I need it fast
I know that any day
Could be the last

[Chorus x2]

Hold on, hold on
I always wanted it this way
I never wanted it this way
Hold on, hold on
I always wanted it this way
We didn't ask for it this way
I always wanted this way

[Chorus x2]

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