"Thrown Out of The Bar" as written by and Shelton (hank Iii) Williams....
I've been beat up bad,
I've been kicked around
I've been thrown out of every damn bar in this old town
In this old town
I guess they don't like the way we like to have our fun
Cause I'm always out there and I'm on the run
And I'm runnin' and a gunnin' and a lookin' for a damn good time

I've done so much trip they can't look me in the eye
Cause I'm always tryin' to find that ultimate high
And I was hangin' out with my hero, his name is, uh, David Allan Coe
Well I was messed up bad, and he was messed up right
And me and him, well we almost got in a fight
But we ended up at this bar on the side of that road

I've been beat up bad,
I've been kicked around
I've been thrown out of every damn bar in this old town
In this old town
I guess they don't like the way we like to have our fun
Cause I'm always out there and I'm on the run
And I'm runnin' and a gunnin' and a lookin' for a damn good time

I've done so much trip they can't look me in the eye
Cause I'm always tryin' to find that ultimate high
And I had me a hero, and his name was uh, David Allan Coe
Well I was runnin' real hard and he was runnin' real fast
But we got cut up, up there at the pass
And we ended up at this bar on the side of that road

We've been beat up bad,
We've been kicked around
We've been thrown out of every damn bar in this old town
In this old town
I guess they don't like the way we like to have our fun
Cause I'm always out there and I'm on the run
And I'm runnin' and a gunnin' and a lookin' for a damn good time


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"Thrown Out of the Bar" as written by Shelton Hank Williams Iii

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