Smoke a Little Smoke

Album: Carolina (2009)
Charted: 78
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  • Turn the quiet up, turn the noise down
    Let this ol' world just spin around
    I wanna feel it swing, wanna feel it sway
    And put some feel good in my soul
    Drink a little drink, smoke a little smoke

    Wanna little more right and a little less left
    Little more right now, a little less what's next
    Act like tomorrow's ten years away
    And just kick back and let the feelin' flow
    Drink a little drink, smoke a little smoke, yeah

    I set my sails for a new direction
    But the wind got in my way
    I changed my course but my definition of change
    Just ain't the same

    I'm gonna sit right here, stay away from there
    I'm gon' make pretend I just don't care
    I could get up, go get her back
    Or maybe I'll just let her go
    Drink a little drink, smoke a little smoke, yeah

    Yeah, go get her back oh
    Drink a little drink, smoke a little smoke
    Drink a little drink, smoke a little smoke

    I kick back, give the blues spin
    Break out the wine, forget again
    Dig down deep, find my stash
    Light it up, take me back

    I kick back, give the blues spin
    Break out the wine, just forget again
    Dig down deep, strike my stash
    Light it up, memory crash

    Oh no, I don't know, baby my take on life
    Maybe break out that old rock and roll
    Drink a little drink, smoke a little smoke
    Gon' drink a little drink, smoke a little smoke yea Writer/s: Driver Williams, Eric Church, Jeffery Hyde
    Publisher: Bluewater Music Corp., BMG Rights Management, O/B/O CAPASSO, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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