"Honky Tonkin' (I Guess I Done Me Some)" as written by and Delbert Mcclinton....
Thanks but no thanks, baby
I've already got more trouble than I need
Thanks but no thanks, baby
I've already got more trouble than I need
I don't want no lonely lustful woman's
Irate husband after me

I've been around a little bit
I've got me some stories I could tell
I've been around a while now
And I've known some lovely women rather well
I've been dazed and amazed
I've been a witness to a redone Cajun spell

Honky tonkin', I guess I done me some
I've seen the bullets in the chamber
From the other end of the gun
Well, I've been in lots of battles
That weren't even worth being won
Honky tonkin', I guess I done me some

I've been around a little bit
I've got me some stories I could tell
I've been around a while now
And I've known some lovely women rather well
I've been dazed and amazed
I've been a witness to a red bone Cajun spell

Honky tonkin', I guess I done me some
I've seen the bullets in a chamber
From the other end of a gun
Well, I've been in lots of battles
That weren't even worth being won
Honky tonkin', I guess I done me some
Honky tonkin', I guess I done me some


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"Honky Tonkin'" as written by Delbert Ross Mcclinton

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