"Take Your Whiskey Home" as written by and Edward/van Halen Van Halen....
Well, my baby, she don't want me around
She said she's tired of watchin' me fall down
She wants the good life (ow) only the best
But I like that bottle better than the rest

And she said I think that you're headed for a whole lot of trouble
Well, I think that you're headed for a whole lot of trouble
Well, I think that you're headed for a whole lot of trouble
If you take your whiskey (wo)

Well, that liquor in the nighttime leaves strange memories
Seems a lifetime since yesterday
Come the daybreak, come the tomorrow,
That woman's waited up all night for me again
She said well, I think that you're headed for a whole lot of trouble
Yeah, I think that you're headed for a whole lot of trouble
Yeah, you know that you're headed for a lot of trouble
If you take your whiskey home

Some goes to women, some goes to Jesus,
Though I'm absolutely certain both's all right
But it takes me at least halfway to the label
'Fore I can even make it through the night
Well, I think that you're headed for a whole lot of trouble
Yeah, yeah I think that you're headed for a whole lot of trouble
Baby yeah, I think that you're headed for some trouble
If you take your whiskey home

Oh oh baby, take your whiskey home, yeah
Oh, a la la la la la la, yeah


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"Take Your Whiskey Home" as written by Edward Van Halen Alex Van Halen

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