Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home)

Album: Come Get Your Wife (2021)
Charted: 37
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  • I've got some money in my pocket (hey)
    Got some trouble on my tail (hey)
    I can hear the dives a-knockin'
    Guess I'm headin' off the rails
    Singin', ooh (ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh) (hey)
    I'm talkin' 'bout you (you, ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh) (hey)

    I got some new best friends forever (hey)
    See, I met 'em at the bar (hey)
    Where the whiskey goes down better
    When they don't know who you are
    Singin', ooh (ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh) (hey)
    I'm talkin' 'bout you (you, ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh) (hey)

    Ooh (hey), gonna feel this in the mornin' (hey)
    Ooh (hey), 'cause I'm goin' hard tonight (hey)

    So bartender, take my keys
    What do you want from me?
    Baby, I'm drunk and I don't wanna go home
    Not stayin' in to fight
    I'm stayin' out all night
    Baby, I'm drunk and I don't wanna go home

    We don't got to wait until the weekend
    There's always time for jumpin' off the deep end
    So don't you wait up tonight
    Don't worry I'll be fine
    Baby, I'm drunk and I don't wanna go home

    Yeah

    We're in the bathroom gettin' chatty (hey)
    There's a line out in the hall (hey)
    Tryna be my Sugar Daddy
    Gettin' handsy in the stall
    Singin', ooh (ooh-ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh) (hey)
    I'm talkin' 'bout you (you, ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh) (hey)

    You like my gin and tonic kisses (hey)
    'Cause you know they taste so sweet (hey)
    And I know you got your missus (hey)
    But there ain't no one like me

    Talkin' 'bout you (you, ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh) (hey)
    Mm, I'm talkin' 'bout you (you, ooh-ooh, ooh, ooh-ooh-ooh) (hey)

    Ooh (hey) gonna feel this in the mornin' (hey)
    Ooh-ooh (hey), 'cause I'm goin' hard tonight (hey)

    So bartender, take my keys
    What do you want from me?
    Baby, I'm drunk and I don't wanna go home
    Not stayin' in to fight
    I'm stayin' out all night
    Baby, I'm drunk and I don't wanna go home

    We don't got to wait until the weekend
    There's always time for jumpin' off the deep end
    So don't you wait up tonight
    Don't worry I'll be fine
    Baby, I'm drunk and I don't wanna go home

    Yeah

    (Oh, oh-oh)
    I don't wanna
    (Oh-oh, oh, oh-oh)
    I don't wanna go home
    (Oh, oh-oh)
    I don't wanna
    (Oh-oh, oh, oh-oh)

    So bartender, take my keys
    What do you want from me?
    Baby, I'm drunk and I don't wanna go home
    Not stayin' in to fight
    I'm stayin' out all night
    Baby, I'm drunk and I don't wanna go home

    We don't got to wait until the weekend (hell no)
    There's always time for jumpin' off the deep end (let's go)
    So don't you wait up tonight
    Don't worry I'll be fine
    Baby, I'm drunk and I don't wanna go home

    Yeah

    (Oh, oh-oh)
    I don't wanna
    (Oh-oh, oh, oh-oh)
    Don't wanna go home
    (Oh, oh-oh)
    I don't wanna
    (Oh-oh, oh, oh-oh)
    Don't wanna go home Writer/s: Elle King, Martin Johnson
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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