"Whiskey" as written by and David Carroll Erik Berry....
Whiskey, won't you come and take my troubles
'Cause I can't seem to do it on my own
In the morning there is hours and infinity
The starlit evening's come to take me home

I ain't got a dime in my pocket
I just stepped on my last cigarette
There's a bar downtown that'll give me credit
A home away from home, away I went

Tomorrow there's a train to Carolina
Tomorrow that's where I'm gonna go
Feel the warm sunshine on my shoulders
And live my days a free and easy soul

My home is with the hills and trees around me
My ceiling holds the moon and stars above
So I'll never be a lonely man a'walking
I'll never live one day without love

So whiskey, won't you come and take my troubles
'Cause I can't seem to do it on my own
In the morning there is hours and infinity
The starlit evening's come to take me home
The starlit evening's come to take me home


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"Whiskey" as written by David Paul Simonett David Carroll

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