Pain Killer

Album: Pain Killer (2014)
  • Don't need no whiskey
    When I've had a bad day
    No prescription honey
    When my skies are grey

    No poppin' the pills
    No smokin' the pills
    That make me feel okay
    But you go down easy baby
    I could drink you by the case

    You're my painkiller
    A little dose of you goes a long long way
    You're my painkiller
    Oh will you take it away
    You take it away

    Don't need no fixin'
    I don't need no therapy
    You're love drunk kissin'
    Is my kinda remedy
    You're always lookin' to fall
    You're like the hair of the dog
    When I'm feelin' cursed
    Don't need no doctor honey
    I don't need no nurse

    You're my painkiller
    A little dose of you goes a long long way
    You're my painkiller
    Oh you take it away
    You take it away
    Oh you take it away
    You take it away

    Ah la la la la la la la
    Ooh ooh
    La la la la la la la
    Ooh ooh
    La la la la la la la
    Ooh oh
    La la la la la la la
    Ooh ooh

    You're my (la la la) painkiller (ooh ooh)
    You're my (la la la) painkiller (ooh ooh)

    Hey you're my painkiller
    A little dose of you goes a long long way
    You're my painkiller
    Oh you take it away
    You take it away
    Oh you take it away
    You take it away Writer/s: BLAIR DALY, KAREN FAIRCHILD, HILLARY LINDSEY, JAMES WESTBROOK
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc., BMG Rights Management, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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