You drink my whiskey without askin', you put your boots up on my couch It drives me crazy to remind you more than once to take the garbage out You use my good towels on the dog - that's the only thing I've asked you not to do Most days I'd love to lock you out I can't live without you
The kitchen table ain't for business, I wish you'd put the bills where they go I guess you'd need an invitation to the backyard to see that it needs mowin' You leave your whiskers in the sink, and I've told you 'til I'm black and blue You never worried what our neighbors think I can't live without you
'Cause you've got my back even when I'm wrong You're the only one who knows me and my heart can't get along I got reasons to cry and can't tell you which one But you don't ask no questions, you just hold me 'til I'm done And when I'm lookin' to fight, you flat refuse I can't live without you
You're always voicin' your opinion, you play your guitar way too loud And God I reckon it would kill you to lift a finger and help me clean this house You know, your jokes ain't all that funny, but I'll keep on laughin' if you want me to Nobody understands why I love you I can't live without you
You've got my back even when I'm wrong You're the only one who knows me and my heart can't get along I got some reasons to cry, can't tell you which one But you don't ask no questions, you just hold me 'til I'm done And when I'm lookin' to fight, you flat refuse I can't live without you I can't live without you
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