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AN HOUR AND A SIX-PACK
(Bill Anderson)
« © '73 Stallion Music »
RECORDED BY CAL SMITH

I just got home and found a note that you left lying on my pillow case
You say you're leaving me you found another man to take my place
And then you wish me luck and say you hope that I'll get over you somehow
Honey I won't even know your name an hour and a six-pack from now
You're an hour and a six-pack away from not existing anymore
An hour and a six-pack and I won't care how much I cared before
Watch the clock pop-the-tops swallow all the pain and then the pride
And with all that we had going baby don't it hurt you knowing
My love is just an hour and a six-pack wide
I never was the kind of man who liked to stand and rummage through the ashes
When it's gone then it's gone take it out and leave it where the trash is
If you think I'll be missing you this time tomorrow baby drop around
I'm an hour and a six-pack away from being over you right now
You're an hour and a six-pack away from not existing anymore
An hour and a six-pack and I won't care how much I cared before
Watch the clock pop-the-tops smile and settle back and go to sleep
And with all that we had going don't it hurt you baby knowing
My love is just an hour and a six-pack deep



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