"Whiskey Heaven" as written by John Robert Durrill, Clifton T. Crofford and Snuff Garrett....
Every afternoon when I wake up
I say a little prayer and I drink up
I thank the Lord for driving me home
Once more...

There's an open bottle on the table
And an empty bottle on the floor
Last night I thought I'd died
And I went to Whiskey Heaven

You know the sun never shines in Whiskey Heaven
It rains Jack Daniels all the time
There's a price you pay, hang overs everyday
Flying high with honky tonk angels in Whiskey Heaven

There's a run down bar, it's a open all night
When me and my friends can get tight
Underneath the neon lights
In Whiskey Heaven

Well we drank a little beer and wine
We stay drunk most of the time
We're always raisin' hell all night
In Whiskey Heaven

You know the sun never shines in Whiskey Heaven
It rains Jack Daniels all the time
There's a price you pay, hang overs everyday
Flying high with honky tonk angels in Whiskey Heaven

Fly high with honky tonk angels in Whiskey Heaven
Fly high with honky tonk angels in Whiskey Heaven


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"Whiskey Heaven" as written by John Robert Durrill Clifton T. Crofford

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