"Smoke a Little Smoke" as written by Eric Church, Driver Williams and Jeff Hyde....
Turn the quiet up, turn the noise down
Let this ol' world just spin around
I wanna feel it swing, wanna feel it sway
And put some feel good in my soul
Drink a little drink, smoke a little smoke

Wanna little more right and a little less left
Little more right now, a little less what's next
Act like tomorrow's ten years away
And just kick back and let the feelin' flow
Drink a little drink, smoke a little smoke, yeah

I set my sails for a new direction
But the wind got in my way
I changed my course but my definition of change
Just ain't the same

I'm gonna sit right here, stay away from there
I'm gon' make pretend I just don't care
I could get up, go get her back
Or maybe I'll just let her go
Drink a little drink, smoke a little smoke, yeah

Yeah, go get her back oh
Drink a little drink, smoke a little smoke
Drink a little drink, smoke a little smoke

I kick back, give the blues spin
Break out the wine, forget again
Dig down deep, find my stash
Light it up, take me back

I kick back, give the blues spin
Break out the wine, just forget again
Dig down deep, strike my stash
Light it up, memory crash

Oh no, I don't know, baby my take on life
Maybe break out that old rock and roll
Drink a little drink, smoke a little smoke
Gon' drink a little drink, smoke a little smoke yea


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"Smoke a Little Smoke" as written by Eric Church Jeff Hyde

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    General CommentJust your average run of the mill feel good song about Pot and Booze. Country style.
    Spydyron October 10, 2010   Link
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    My InterpretationI know this song is about getting drunk and stoned, but I have a different interpretation for the song. For me, it's about a person who wants to stay in their own world and not let the real world bother them. I read that Eric had wanted to watch a football game but people were constantly bothering him, which led to the writing of the song. I like to use the line "Turn the quiet up; turn the noise down" on my housemates when they talk too much. People with autism could use that first line when they want to be in their own worlds and the real word needs them to be there.
    seeingon April 18, 2014   Link

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