Too Drunk To Drive

Album: Born Here Live Here Die Here (2020)
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  • There ain't a liquor store, dive bar, or corner booth for twenty miles around
    We ain't on a boat, on a lake, in the sun with a cooler loaded down
    But suddenly, I'm feeling all impaired from the way you looked at me from over there
    Rolling like I'm stoned past gone, looking in your eyes

    Girl, I'm too, I'm too, I'm too drunk to drive
    What do I do with you? Let's lay it low tonight
    Got me high, got me right, got me flyin' 'cause you're looking so fine
    I ain't had no shot, ain't drank a drop
    But I'm too drunk to drive

    You can hide my keys, lock the door, maybe we can find something here to do
    Maybe wreck some sheets, crash your lips into mine and not even make the news
    These four walls are safer than them two lanes
    You pour 'em tall when you start whispering my name
    Ain't no blue light, line walkin', happening tonight

    Girl, I'm too, I'm too, I'm too drunk to drive
    What do I do with you? Let's lay it low tonight
    Got me high, got me right, got me flyin' 'cause you're looking so fine
    I ain't had no shot, ain't drank a drop
    But I'm too drunk to drive
    Yeah, I'm too drunk to drive

    Yeah girl, I'm too, I'm too, I'm too drunk to drive
    What do I do with you? Let's lay it low tonight
    Got me high, got me right, got me flyin' 'cause you're looking so fine
    I ain't had no shot, ain't drank a drop
    But I'm too drunk to drive
    No, I ain't had a shot, ain't drank a drop
    But I'm too drunk to drive (woo)
    I'm just too drunk to drive
    I'm too drunk to drive
    Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
    I'm too drunk to drive Writer/s: Brandon Kinney, Luke Bryan, Michael Carter
    Publisher: Peermusic Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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