‘Good Thing‘ is a soothing alternative pop record that is rich in instrumentation. On the record, Asa is overflowing with confidence as she points to her ex the error of his ways. As they part away, she lets him know that he would not be missed as she is very ready to move on.
Although we have no idea if the song is rooted in personal experience, be it fiction or not, someone in the severed relationship lost something good. And it’s definitely not Asa. Enjoy.
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