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I often drink until I hit the floor
God bless my favorite all night liquor store
Of course, I'll sober up when I'm asleep
So, I may then start counting drunken sheep
To boldly swig a shot to meet the day
'cause without that drink
I cannot run and hide
It helps to shoo away my feet of clay
When those massive wind storms hit
and them other worlds collide
Do you now know why
I need to take a drink
I just can't seem to stand
nor understand the evening news
I hide my dearest friends under my sink
Mr. Johnny Walker Red
and his kissin' cousin
Lady Label Blue
To sober up could only make me sicker
So, bartender pour me one more drink
and make it quicker
If I could only rob a liquor store
then I could drink and drink
me a li'l more
If everyone could only drink like us
to drink and drive would never be illegal
Wouldn't  park our cars
 run and have  to catch a  bus
We'd fly so high
just like a Golden Eagle
I often dream until I hit the floor
God bless my favorite all night dreamin' store
So, have a drink
and a dream
it's on me
Buddy Bee Anthony

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Re-edited 7/22/2023 @9:19 PM Pacific Time

Buddy Bee Anthony

A Drinkers Song



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