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Salad Days Magazine | July 20, 2024

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Jim Lindberg – ‘Good Enough’

Jim Lindberg – ‘Good Enough’
Salad Days

‘Good Enough’ by @Jim Lindberg from the album ‘Songs From The Elkhorn Trail’, available now.

Written by Jim Lindberg. Produced by Ted Hutt. Engineered by Ryan Mall. Mixed by Ted Hutt & Ryan Mall. Recorded at Kingsize Soundlabs Eagle Rock CA. Mastered by Dave Cooley @ Elysian Mastering.


She’s sick of everybody – he’s sick of everything
Two punks behind the alley – frustration every day
Goes up and cops on 6th street tells her ‘It’s okay.’
Fixes inside the bathroom – watches it all fall away

If I have to take the pain – get it over quick
No one ever tells you that this life could be like this
No one ever tells you that the streets at night are rough
Never thought my life would turn out great but
At lest I hoped for good enough

Punk gig Raji’s on sunset, she’s got a nasty bruise
They’re getting drunk on Boone’s farm
Trading homemade tattoos
If they could save some money
They could afford the rent
A nice house with picket fences
That money’s all been spent

She found him in the alley, light fading from his eyes
Needles and a leather jacket, slam dancing one last time
He said Mary don’t you worry, No, Mary don’t you cry
They may have killed the body, but our dreams will never die.

Epitaph Records is an artist-first indie label founded in Los Angeles by Bad Religion guitarist, Brett Gurewitz. Early releases from a variety of punk heavyweights helped launch the 90s punk explosion. Along the way, Epitaph has grown and evolved creatively while sticking to its mission of helping real artists make great recordings on their own terms.

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