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Hayes Carll – Bad Liver And A Broken Heart lyrics

Arkansas, my head hurts
I love to stick around and maybe make it worse
I got a girl out in Henrietta
Her love's like tornado weather

It's Girls like this that keep me trying
She goes off like and air-raid siren
Come in clean leave torn apart
A Bad liver and a broken heart
A Bad liver and a broken heart

Indian summer Oklahoma sunset
If there's a nicer place I haven't been there yet
I'm standing outside of the (the) Blue Door
Too tired to sleep
Too drunk for more

It nights like these that keep me trying
A woman always knows when a man is lying
Don't blame me I'm just playing a part
Bad Liver and a Broken Heart
Bad Liver and a Broken Heart

(Solo verse and chorus)

I'll get old before I'm good at this
Who's the president? What year is it?
Doesn't anybody care about truth anymore?
Maybe that's what songs are for.

You're the wind and I'm on fire
This line of work no one retires
Come in clean leave torn apart
A Bad Liver and a Broken Heart (4X)



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