Brokenhearted

Album: Yet to be titled (2018)
  • Ain't no crying in your beer
    Ain't no she walked out the door
    Ain't nobody brokenhearted in country music anymore

    Everybody's hookin' up, gettin' down
    Tearin' up their little town
    Loadin' up their cooler and they're headin' south, beach-bound
    Workin' on their tan
    Cuzi on a beer can
    Party every night, throwin' up their hands

    Ain't no crying in your beer
    Ain't no she walked out the door
    Ain't nobody brokenhearted in country music anymore

    It killed me when you left me, I thought I was your baby
    I was goin' all kinds of climb-the-wall crazy
    Searchin' for a sad one on the radio dial
    But all I heard was Smile

    Everybody's hookin' up, gettin' down
    Tearin' up their little town
    Loadin' up their cooler and they're headin' south, beach-bound
    Workin' on their tan
    Cuzi on a beer can
    Party every night, throwin' up their hands

    Ain't no Crying in your beer
    Ain't no She walked out the door
    Ain't nobody brokenhearted in country music anymore

    I can't even find a bar
    Where I can drink alone
    'Cause everybody's dancin' to those cover band party songs

    Everybody's hookin' up, gettin' down
    Tearin' up their little town
    Loadin' up their cooler and they're headin' south, beach-bound
    Workin' on their tan
    Cuzi on a beer can
    Party every night, throwin' up their hands

    Ain't no crying in your beer
    Ain't no she walked out the door
    Ain't nobody brokenhearted in country music anymore

    Ain't somebody brokenhearted in country music anymore?
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