Well I am down on my luck
and I out on the town,
I don't know if I'm coming or going,
which way's up or which way's down,
'cause I've been drinking
and I been thinking 'bout my baby,
about the day he left me
and this big old bottle saved me.

Well I fell off of the wagon
and I'm running 'round again,
I don't know where I was half an hour ago,
if I'm alone or with my friends,
'cause I've been drinking
and I been thinking 'bout my baby,
about the way he left me
and this big old bottle saved me.

And I have never had a better friend
around me when the pain set in.
I almost can't feel anything
and he's almost off my mind again.

Well I'm in over my head
and I am done with all this.
I don't know how I'm ever getting home tonight.
I don't know where my home is,
'cause I've been drinking
and I been thinking 'bout my baby,
about the day he left me
and this big old bottle saved me.

And I have never had a better friend
around me when the pain set in.
It's just the perfect medicine
and I don't need no prescription.

Well I am down on my luck
and I out on the town,
I don't know if I'm coming or going,
which way's up or which way's down,
'cause I've been drinking
and I been thinking 'bout my baby,
about the day he left me
and this big old bottle saved me.


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