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Too Drunk To Dream lyrics

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Whiskeytown – Too Drunk To Dream lyrics

Can you hear that lonesome moanin'
Is that you or is that me
My broken heart ain't aching for nothing
That I can't touch or I can't see

And do you hear that lonesome cryin'
Thought I made it stop it's singin'
But my hands lay there on the bottle
And I just drank till my heart would be
Too drunk to dream.

So baby you can leave if you wanna
There ain't no drinkin' when the bottle is dry
Sugar, you can leave if you want to
I ain't got no more tears to cry

Do you hear that lonesome shuffle
Of my feet walking out of the bar
And I stumble down the same damn streets
My daddy done stumbled before

So baby you can leave if you wanna
All the flowers in your garden have died
Baby, I'm gonna have to warn you
I ain't got no more tears to cry

Well sugar, you can leave if you want to
There ain't no drinkin' when the bottle is dry
Baby, I'm gonna have to warn you
I ain't got no more tears to cry



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