Alcohaulin' Ass

  • Come on, a little bit of sunshine
    A little bit of booze
    A little bit of me
    And a little bit of you

    A little bit country
    A little bit of blues

    A little slice of heaven
    And a little piece of you, come on

    Alcohaulin' ass
    Pour another drink in my glass
    Alcohaulin' ass
    Alcohaulin' ass

    A little bit thirsty
    A little bit used
    A little bit of whiskey
    And a little pinch to chew

    A little bit tired
    And a bad attitude
    A little bit of drinkin'
    And another piece of you

    Alcohaulin' ass
    Pour another drink in my glass
    Alcohaulin' ass
    Alcohaulin'

    You drove me to it, so there was nothing I could do
    You pushed me down, split me right in two
    Now I found the long hard road carried the weight of you
    Boy, oh, boy, God damn, there's only one thing left to do

    A little bit of alcohaulin' ass
    Pour another drink in my glass
    Alcohaulin' ass, there's only one thing left to do

    A little bit of alcohaulin' ass
    Pour another drink in my glass
    Alcohaulin' ass
    Alcohaulin' ass Writer/s: CHAD L. GRAY, GREG TRIBBETT, TOM MAXWELL, JERRY MONTANO, VINNIE PAUL
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group, BMG Rights Management
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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