"Guilty As They Come" as written by and Susanna Wallis/crowell Clark....
I know it happens every time
that I go honky tonking 'round.
I find me sharing some corners
that I can't talk my way around.

I know I've done it all before.
I'll probably do it once again.
the first time I feel down-hearted.
I need some ol' good-timin' friend.

[Chorus:]
I'm trying to tell it like it is.
There's nothing wrong with what in what I've done.
If it's a sing to feel lonesome.
Then I'm as guilty as they come.

One dance and one drink, babe.
That's all that I have had.
Well I'm feeling good baby
'cause I ain't been bad.

[Chorus x2]

If it's a sing to feel lonesome,
then I'm as guilty as they come.


Lyrics submitted by TheDirge

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