Wine, Beer, Whiskey

Album: Nightfall (2019)
  • My friend named Jack
    He's got my back
    He always seems to know right where I'm at
    My friend Jose
    He likes to play
    He's always up for anything I say

    Little bit of red, lotta bit of Crown
    Don't matter what it is
    I'm gonna drink it down, down, down

    The wine, the beer, the whiskey
    Are the only things that fix me
    I'm not saying it's a problem
    I can stop it if I wanna
    But the wine, the beer, the whiskey
    They always get me

    My friend named Gin
    She's got some friends
    I'm talking Brandy, Sherry, and their brother Jim
    My friend the Captain
    We call him Morgan
    He likes to anchor down and hang over 'til mornin'

    Little bit of red, lotta bit of white
    Don't matter what it is
    It's gonna make it all alright

    The wine, the beer, the whiskey
    Are the only things that fix me
    I'm not saying it's a problem
    I can stop it if I wanna
    But the wine, the beer, the whiskey
    They always get me

    My friend named Tito
    He's my amigo
    I'm gonna follow him around wherever he go

    The wine, the beer, the whiskey
    Yeah, I got all my friends here with me
    I'm not saying it's a problem
    I can stop it if I wanna (but who would wanna)
    When the wine, the beer, the whiskey
    They always get me
    They always get me
    They always get me
    Yeah, they always get me Writer/s: Jimi Westbrook, Karen Fairchild, Kimberly Schlapman, Phillip Sweet, Sean McConnell, Tofer Brown
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 3

  • Renee Triple M Farm from Washington PaLove this song. Another song that will be a #1 hit! You all make happy music and we all need to be happy.
  • Ray Point from TexasLittle Big Town ,with (Wine,Beer,Whiskey) has a Very big Hit...Ride it...we want More...R.P
  • Bobby RuaneThis tune has a fun, summery feel and has a cool, infectious hook. It is moving up my personal top 40 song chart.
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