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Well, I woke up this morning
I was feeling tired and used
And higher than a mountain top
Thanks to ninety proof

Well, they're calling me all over town
Who cares what they think
Lord, I left 'em all high and dry
Just to a-steal away and drink

I pulled a Hank last night
I really did it up right
I went a little too far
With a steel guitar in the neon lights

I got a little too loud
I got a little too proud
Sung every song in the book
From the way, things look
I pulled a Hank last night

Yeah, I should be on the job site
What am I doing here
Yeah, I'm all laid up with a screaming guitar
Ringing' in my ear

Just like my old hero
I never get enough
Like livin' it easy
Singin' that hard stuff

I pulled a Hank last night
I really did it up right
I went a little too far
With a steel guitar in the neon lights

I got a little too loud
I got a little too proud
Sung every song in the book
By the way, things look
I pulled a Hank last night

I pulled a Hank last night
I really did it up right
I went a little too far
With a steel guitar in the neon lights

I got a little too loud
I got a little too proud
Sung every song in the book
By the way things look
I pulled a Hank last night

I got the honky tonk blues
From my head to my shoes
I pulled a Hank last night



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