Angels and Alcohol

Album: Angels and Alcohol (2015)
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  • You can't mix angels and alcohol
    I don't think God meant for them to get along
    When it takes control, you can't love no one at all
    You can't mix angels and alcohol

    You can't blend whiskey with a good woman's love
    They don't go together, love's already hard enough
    You think you can handle, how it feels or what it does
    You can't blend whiskey with a good woman's love

    You can't change lonely with a bottle of wine
    It might ease the heartache for one short easy time
    In the end you have to face what's hiding in your mind
    You can't change lonely with a bottle of wine

    You can't mix angels and alcohol
    An angel once loved me, I traded it all
    I let the bottle drive my life into a wall
    You can't mix angels, and alcohol Writer/s: ALAN JACKSON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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