"Drinkin' and Dialin'" as written by and Charles Christopher Dubois Ashley Gorley....
Last thing I remember
I met the boys down at the jamma
We had a few beers, and a few shots

I woke up the next day
with cotton mouth and a headache
trying to connect all the dots

staring up at the ceiling
I got that funny feeling
Looked over and I, I saw my ex-girlfriend

I felt like a fool, and that's when I knew
I'd been drinking and dialing again

so the next time you think I've had to much to drink
and you tell me i shouldn't drive home
when you take my keys, oh i'm begging you please
Go on take my cell phone

Cause i have been known
after tying one on to call up a couple old friends
tell em that i love em, or maybe don?t cuss em
when i'm drinking and dialing again


if you've ever heard, me slurring my words
on your voice mail around 4 a.m.
you'll have to forgive me, and blame it on my whiskey
I was drinking and dialing again

I've been drinking and dialing again

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"Drinkin' and Dialin'" as written by Charles Christopher Dubois Ashley Gorley


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    General Commentthe moral of the song, if you're heading to the bar take a guy to drive you home and a guy to hold on to your phone.
    musicfan1968on June 07, 2010   Link

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