Pants and shirts, Pajama tops and ragged flannel shirts
Worn out chucks, rugged boots with silver shiny skirts
Shorts that ride,way up high, a weggie for a string
Wooly scarves, leather bags and Walmart shiny ring...

Sing High, upon the mountain, Sink low, I'm drunk again
When I'm back, I'll be gone, but I'll sing another song
Tell the Grandkids, I'm drunk again...

Duct tape cars, smoky bars, antlers on the wall
Fuzzy dice, greasy motors, stacked up in the hall
Beer can lights, pool stick stand, bar stools on the floor
Rebel flag, playin Hag, Kareoke starts at four...

Sing High, upon the mountain, Sink low, I'm drunk again
When I'm back, I'll be gone, but I'll sing another song
Tell the Grandkids, I'm drunk again...

Mac and cheese, maybe shells, splattered on the stove
Grass stained hat, tires flat,
and I'm wearin Momma's clothes
TV's on, gettins good, watchin through the snow
Bills are late, Momma's date, and I'm still gonna miss
my shows

Sing High, upon the mountain, Sink low, I'm drunk again
When I'm back, I'll be gone, but I'll sing another song
Tell the Grandkids, I'm drunk again...

Tell the Grandkids, I'm drunk again...


Lyrics submitted by tuneighty

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