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There ain't enough bourbon in Kentucky
For me to forget you
No, there ain't enough matches I can strike
To set afire the memory of you

Up goes down,
Right's gone left me behind
Wheels spin 'round
Reverse stuck in my mind

There ain't enough bourbon in Kentucky
For me to forget you
No, there ain't enough bottles I can break
To make 'em feel as broken as I do
Stack up every barrel since the day it was made
Satisfaction guaranteed to kill the pain

But there ain't enough kisses from a stranger
On a long, wild night to make it alright
If it ain't you
In my arms, in my bed,
Yeah, to hell with all the rest, once you've had the best
Nothing else will do, what's the use

There ain't enough bourbon in Kentucky
For me to forget you
No, there ain't enough bottles I can break
To make 'em feel as broken as I do
With my mouth wide open in a whiskey rain
I could stand there twenty four hours a day

There ain't enough bourbon in Kentucky
For me to forget you
No, there ain't enough bottles I can break
To make 'em feel as broken as I do

No, there ain't enough bourbon in Kentucky
For me to forget you
So forget you



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