Sunday Song: Bad Time

(Note: I’m taking a break in my “Home Schooling” postings. Will post the fourth part tomorrow)

song done by Grand Funk Railroad, written by Mark Farner

I’m in love with a girl that I’m talking about
I’m in love with a girl I can’t live without
I’m in love but I sure picked a bad time
To be in love, to be in love

Well, let her be someone else’s queen
I don’t want to know about it
There’s too many others that know what I mean
And that’s why I’ve got to live without it
I’m in love with a girl I’m talking about
I’m in love with a girl I can’t live without
I’m in love but I feel like I’m wearing it out
I’m in love but I must have picked a bad time to be in love
A bad time to be in love
A bad time to be in love
A bad time to be in love

Well, the stories crawling back to me
From my friends and the people that I wanna see
The things they say I know just couldn’t be true
At least not until I hear it from you
‘Cause I still love the little girl, I’m talking about
I’m in love with a girl I can’t live without
I’m in love but I feel like I’m wearing it out
I’m in love but I must have picked a bad time to be in love
A bad time to be in love
A bad time to be in love

You know that I love the little girl I’m talking about
I’m in love with a girl I can’t live without
I’m in love but it feels like I’m wearing it out
I’m in love but I must have picked a bad time to be in love
A bad time to be in love
A bad time to be in love
A bad time to be in love

For those not in the know, Grand Funk Railroad (sadly, the train looks like it’s derailing) is a band formed in Flint, Michigan in the late 1960’s. Despite bad reviews and little radio airplay, the band was a major success through the early seventies. Looking at the timeline it’s amazing that the band was able to release two LPs a year in the early seventies; nowadays once every two years is considered excessive.

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