"Good for Me" is a 1992 single by Christian music singer Amy Grant. It was released as the sixth single from the Heart In Motion album, but only the fourth song from the album released as a pop radio single. Its melody, lyrics, and rhythm make it the most comparable song on Heart In Motion to "Baby Baby". It was her fourth consecutive Top Five Adult Contemporary single and Top Ten Hot 100 single in the United States, reaching #4 and #8, respectively, but only matched the lukewarm success of her previous single, "That's What Love Is for" in the UK, peaking at #60.
Two music videos exist for "Good for Me". In the original video clip, Amy Grant frolicks and dances with another female, who was meant to be portrayed as a childhood friend of Grant's. However, once the video was completed, Grant reportedly felt that her intended message was lost and that the video had been edited in a way to make it appear as though she and her friend were lovers. Thus, Grant enlisted the help of actor/model Jme Stein, who had played her boyfriend in the video for "Baby Baby," to shoot a new video clip for "Good for Me". The second version depicts Grant dealing with her boyfriend's popularity with women. The original "Good for Me" video did appear on first pressings of the companion VHS video compilation to Heart In Motion, but only the second video was featured on the 2004 DVD collection Greatest Videos 1986-2004.