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Good Neighbor (song)

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Good Neighbor
Attributes
GenreJazz
Length3:34
Released2287 (2015)
Authors and performers
ArtistMagnolia (Lynda Carter)
Written byMagnolia (Lynda Carter)
Produced byMagnolia (Bethesda Softworks)
Appearances
RadioDiamond City radio
 
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"Good Neighbor" is a song written a sung by Magnolia of Goodneighbor in Fallout 4. The song is played on Diamond City Radio and can be heard live in The Third Rail bar in Goodneighbor.

Lyrics

Took a walk out in the Fens,
Had a talk with a man about some chems
He asked "what's your flavor?"
I said "I needed favor
I'm a little short of caps
But I'm a good, good neighbor"

Took a dive with the swans
Out in the Commons with nothing on
The mutants stopped to savor
All my bad behavior
It's all in a day's work
When you're a good, good neighbor

We can shake it up a little
We can kick it up a notch
We can put it on the griddle
Better get it while it's hot
I'll meet you in the middle
You can show me what you got
If you're feeling lucky tonight

Diamond City, yeah, it's my thing
I flash my style, I show my rings
I do the boys a favor
with all my manual labor
It's good to be a good, good neighbor

We can shake it up a little
We can kick it up a notch
We can put it on the griddle
Better get it while it's hot
I'll meet you in the middle
You can show me what you got
If you're feeling lucky tonight

Diamond City, yeah, that's my thing
I flash my style, I show my rings
I do the boys a favor
with all my manual labor
It's good to be a good, good, good, good neighbor

Yeah, I do the boys a favor
with all my manual labor
It's good to be a good, good, good, good, good, good neighbor
Yeah

Video

Notes

Good Neighbor was written and sung by Lynda Carter, Robert A. Altman's wife.[1]

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