"Let Somebody Else Drive" as written by Mack Vickery and Merle Kilgore....
I heard it on the radio and six o' clock news
Said, "You'd better not drive when you get on the booze"
The sheriff was on TV an a shakin' his hand
Said, 'We're really crackin' down you better understand'

When you get on to whiskey
(When you get on to whiskey)
When you get on to whiskey
(When you get on to whiskey)
When you get on to whiskey
Let somebody else drive

Started drinkin' on Friday and by Saturday night
They had be blowin' through a tube charged with DUI
Cuffed and booked and thrown in a cell
I was tryin' to sober up and tell him myself

When you get on to whiskey
(When you get on to whiskey)
When you get on to whiskey
(When you get on to whiskey)
When you get on to whiskey
Just let somebody else drive

Forty eight hours is a long is a long time to kill
In a room full of drunks surrounded with steel
Hell's all the serve in a Metro Bar
So don't be drinkin' when your drivin' your car

When you get on to whiskey
(When you get on to whiskey)
When you get on to whiskey
(When you get on to whiskey)
When you get on to whiskey
Let somebody else drive

When you get on to whiskey
(When you get on to whiskey)
When you get on to whiskey
(When you get on to whiskey)
When you get on to whiskey
Let somebody else drive

When you get on to whiskey
(When you get on to whiskey)
When you get on to whiskey
(When you get on to whiskey)


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"Let Somebody Else Drive" as written by Merle Kilgore Mack Vickery

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