"A Six Pack Ago" as written by and Steve Wariner Jim Rushing....
This morning if someone had asked if you're gone
I would've managed a smile and said we're still hanging on
But if they pressed me I could've honestly said I don't know
Oh but that was a phone call and a six pack ago

I knew we were fading but I avoided the truth
And for my fool mistakes I had no excuse
I kept telling myself I couldn't break 'neath the load
Oh but that was a good-bye and a six pack ago

[Chorus: x2]
Yes I loved you but I lost you now it's all coming down
It's our fate and it's too late to turn things around
I was convinced I could somehow just let it go
But that was a jukebox and a six pack ago

I was convinced I could somehow just let it go
But that was a fist-full of quarters and a six pack ago


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"A Six Pack Ago" as written by Steve Noel Wariner Jim Rushing

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