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John Anderson – Guitars That Won't Stay In Tune lyrics

Well, I grew up lean and hungry
I worked hard for my money
Said I'm gonna live my life the way I please

I spent some time on the road of life
Saw an angel once and the devil twice
And I've come across some things that I don't need

That say cold hearted woman
Whiskey in my water
And only one way out of hotel rooms

Payments on the Cadillac
And too many questions
And guitars that won't stay in tune

You know there's good and bad breaks
You learn from your mistakes
It's all in how you handle those do's and don'ts

A country boy is hard to convince
Wild and stubborn and not much sense
But I've got enough to know what I don't want

That say cold hearted woman
Whiskey in my water
And only one way out of hotel rooms

Payments on the Cadillac
And too many questions
And guitars that won't stay in tune
Guitars that won't stay in tune



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