"Out Of Love" as written by and Bill/prine Caswell....
Barley malts and does eat oats and little girls are lively
And your liveliness has left me in a brew
So I'm sitting here just drinking beer
'Cause there's nothing else to do
And when I'm out of love, I'm out of you.

We were so happy, honey when we were together
Why we should have won a ribbon colored blue
But those Rocky Mountain waters came between us
And when I'm out of love, I'm out of you.

[Chorus:]
So I'm living in the land of sky blue waters
And I'm grabbing all the gusto up, it's true
Well, you only go around once in life, they say
And when I'm out of love, I'm out of you

These teardrops that I'm crying are the champagne of bottled tears,
And I must admit that I've shed one or two,
But when good friends get together well they always tip a few
And when I'm out of love, I'm out of you.

[Chorus]

So put me in a cool place, for I'm the King of Beers
Forty to forty-five degrees will do
And if you must play that jukebox, let it be low and now
'Cause when I'm out of love, I'm out of you.

[Chorus]

So if you got the time, we got the tears
And when I'm out of love, I'm out of you.


Lyrics submitted by Bobo192

"Out of Love" as written by John Prine Bill Caswell

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group

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    My OpinionSeems like a song that should have been written with Steve Goodman. Reminds me of childhood Sundays spent watching football. Ads for life insurance, car batteries, tires, and...beer. I can still see the guys on the boat in the Schlitz ad. Makes me yearn for a German afternoon.
    jsrockfordon May 27, 2009   Link

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