Oh goodbye booze
Forever more
My boozin' days will soon be o'er
I had a good time, but we couldn't agree
So you see what booze has done for me

Well she tore my clothes
She swelled my head
So goodbye booze i'm goin to bed
I had a good time, but we couldn't agree
So you see what booze has done for me

Oh goodbye booze
Forever more
My boozin' days will soon be o'er
I had a good time, but we couldn't agree
So you see what booze has done for me

Well she slammed my head
She broke my heart
So goodbye booze its time we part
I had a good time
But we couldn't agree
So you see what booze has done for me

So goodbye booze
Forever more
My boozin' days will soon be o'er
I had a good time
But we couldn't agree
So you see what booze has done for me

Well she whipsered low, how sweet it sounds
Won't don't you take another ride on the merry go round
Oh I had a good time, but we couldn't agree
So you see what booze has done for me

So goodbye booze
Forever more
My boozin' days will soon be o'er
I had a good time, but we couldn't agree
So you see what booze has done for me




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    General CommentAlcoholism.
    Guy is fooling himself that he'll quit. (My boozin days will soon be o'er)

    Old Crow is realism. They tell it how it is. Not right, not wrong.

    Alcoholics know they have a problem, but they remember the good times and are desperate to get back to it.

    For another good one Drunk at THE Pulpit by the palace brothers.
    adoyle3on November 17, 2008   Link
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    General Commentthis is an old crow version of a traditional song. charlie poole and hamish imlach also do good versions.
    LLewis198on October 20, 2011   Link

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