"American Honky-Tonk Bar Association" as written by and Jim Rushing Bryan Kennedy....
If your paycheck depends on
The weather and the clock
If your conversation calls for
A little more than a coffee pot
If you need to pour your heart out
And try to rectify some situation
That you're facing
Contact your American
Honky-Tonk Bar Association
When Uncle Sam dips
In your pocket
For most things you don't mind
But when your dollar
Goes to all of those
Standing in a welfare line
Well rejoice you have a voice
If you're concerned
About the destination
Of this great nation
It's called the American
Honky-Tonk Bar Association

It represents the hardhat
Gunrack, achin'-back
Over taxed, flag-wavin',
Fun-lovin' crowd
They're heart is in the music
And they love to play it loud
There's no forms or applications
There's no red tape administrations
It's the American
Honky-Tonk Bar Association

We're all one big family
Throughout the cities
And the towns
We don't reach for handouts
We reach for those
Who are down
And every local chapter
Has a seven day a week
Available consultation
For your frustration
It's called the American
Honky-Tonk Bar Association

It represents the mud flaps
Six pack, beer crack
Over-taxed, flag-wavin'
Fun-lovin' crowd
They're heart is in the music
And they love to play it loud
There's no forms or applications
There's no red tape administrations
It's the American
Honky-Tonk Bar Association


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"American Honky-Tonk Bar Association" as written by Jim Rushing Bryan Glenn Kennedy

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    General Commenthmm.. all I can say is YEEHAW!!! haha..:.)
    Comet248on June 24, 2003   Link
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    General Commentyeehaw is right comet. i may still be "underage," but i've been a proud member of the AHBA since i was a kid. just as a side note, my favorite verse is all of the second: When uncle sam dips in your pocket. . . Where i come from, we don't need welfare lines, we replace them with hard work and not being a bunch of crying pussies. busch beer for life
    goofyasfuckon May 17, 2004   Link

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