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Jay Teter – Football, Beer, And You lyrics

Well, Fishin's a religion
For some friends of mine
Call me sacrilegious
But I never wet a line
And golfin' just ain't something
That I consider fun
The only driver that I need
Is a designated one

Cause when it's football time in Tennessee
A brewski hits the spot
The Titans take the gridiron
And their givin' all they've got
A pigskin and a cold one
Was all I thought I'd need
Until that day at Hooters
When you brought them wings to me

Chorus:
Now it's football, beer and you
It just don't get no better
From my point of view
Why don't we get together
For a weekend rendezvous
The only three things that I love
Are football, beer and you

Could you turn up the tv
My you sure are lookin' fine
And bring another pitcher
It's almost kickoff time
You're gonna see a lot of me
'Til football seasons through
Cause the only three things that I love
Are football, beer and you

Repeat chorus

Why don't we get together
For a weekend rendezvous
The only three things that I love
Are football, beer and you

Lord, the only three things that I love
Are football, beer and you



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/j/jay_teter/football_beer_and_you.html

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