Whiskey, Women and Time

Album: See The Light (2007)
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  • I got whiskey, women and time
    I've been traveling down those thin white lines
    About ninety miles behind me now and it?s gonna be a good ride
    I can't wait to get back out on the road
    It?s the place that I love every time, baby, don't you know?

    Love whiskey, women and time
    Traveling thin white lines
    Love whiskey, women and time
    Traveling thin white lines

    'Bout ninety miles outta Vegas, it's gonna be a long trip
    There?re many a times I've stumbled along the way
    There?re many a times I've slipped

    I keep coming up and coming down
    And everything here and in between, Lord, I have
    Haven't been asleep in so long
    I know that it feels like a dream this time

    I love that whiskey, women and time
    Traveling thin white lines
    Love whiskey, women and time
    Traveling thin white lines

    Many times when you see me, you know I'm on the go
    Headed to another town, yeah, it?s time to do another show
    Grab a friend if you want, come along, you can join me for the ride
    Life should be a journey for your heart, it?s in and out like the tide

    I got whiskey, women and time
    I keep traveling down those thin white lines

    ?Bout a million miles behind me now, feels like a billion miles
    I can't wait to get back home, see my momma
    My dad, my brothers and sisters, all the people that I love
    Baby, don't you know it?s good to be back home again?

    I love whiskey, women and time
    I love traveling thin white lines
    But it's good to be back home again

    Whiskey, women and time
    Traveling thin white lines
    Whiskey, women and time
    Traveling thin white lines
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