"Half My Life" as written by and Shadric Smith Dave Moore....
Well I used to go out people, every single night
Hangin' out in all the bars, 'til the morning light
Now that I am older, I have but one regret...
Half My Life I can't remember, the other half I can't forget

One day I got married and I tried to settle down
But the midnight hour rolled along and I'd head back into town
I couldn't get enough of what's-her-name...was it Claudette?
Half My Life I can't remember, the other half I can't forget

And the nights flew by, and I thought they'd never end
Now my mind is worried, now my shoes are thin
And the only friend I got left is my next cigarette
Half My Life I can't remember, the other half I can't forget

Instrumental verse

Ah let this be a lesson to those who still got time
Carve it on my tombstone, try to make it rhyme
When you lay me in the ground, write my epitaph
Half My Life I can't remember, the other half I can't forget
Half My Life I can't remember, the other half I can't forget
Half My Life I can't remember, the other half I can't forget


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