Half Of Me

Album: Where We Started (2022)
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  • Yeah I'm supposed to mow the grass today
    I'm supposed to fix the fence
    But with the sun beatin' down on me
    It's hard to make it make sense

    Half of me wants a cold beer
    Yeah, that's the cold hard truth
    And with a frigerator stocked full of 'em
    Tell me what's a boy to do
    I ain't even tryin' to fight, it's already been decided
    The sky and the mountains are blue
    Half of me wants a cold beer, and the other half does too

    Yeah I kinda need to wash my truck
    But hell I kinda don't care
    And I think ol' Alan Jackson said it best
    It's 5 o'clock somewhere

    Half of me wants a cold beer
    Yeah, that's the cold hard truth
    And with a frigerator stocked full of 'em
    Tell me what's a boy to do
    I ain't even tryin' to fight, it's already been decided
    The sky and the mountains are blue
    Half of me wants a cold beer, yeah the other half does too

    Yeah yeah, half of me wants a cold beer

    If I did what I should be doing, buddy, that would really ruin all the fun, yeah
    There's a world of bad decisions out there, but this ain't one

    'Cause half of me wants a cold, cold beer
    Yeah, that's the cold hard truth, yeah it is
    And with a frigerator stocked full of 'em
    Tell me what's a boy to do
    I ain't even tryin' to fight, it's already been decided
    The sky and the mountains are blue
    Half of me wants a cold beer, and the other half does too

    Yeah half of me wants a cold cold beer, the other half wants two

    (Woohoo)
    (That sounds good, but I can't tell if it's 'cause you're in it or not)

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