"Beauty's in the Eye of the Beerholder" as written by and Randy Ray/kennedy Hardison....
He jumped up and hollered,
“Chuck look at her over there
Man she's a queen,” I said, “You don't mean
The one with the purple hair”
He said, “She's fine,” He's lost his mind
It's been awhile since he's seen sober
I guess beauty's in the eye of the beer-holder

She's all tattooed, wearin' army boots
A mini skirt and some white tube socks
She's got nose rings and other pierced things
Looks like she fell in a tackle box
He said, “She looks just right
Neon and natural light
Make her look like a center-folder”
I guess beauty's in the eye of the beer-holder

I said, “Sit down, that last round
Sent ya clean over the edge
And every sip that's crossed your lips
Made you forget what you just said
Man don't you know just a few drinks ago
She was the one you was callin' rover”
I guess beauty's in the eye of the beer-holder

She's all tattooed, wearin' army boots
A mini skirt and some white tube socks
She's got nose rings and other pierced things
Looks like she fell in a tackle box
He said, “She looks just right
Neon and natural light
Make her look like a center-folder”
I guess beauty's in the eye of the beer-holder


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"Beauty's in the Eye of the Beerholder" as written by Bryan Kennedy Randy Ray Hardison

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