"Damn the Whiskey" as written by Bradley Curtis Martin, Anna Wilson and Richard Belmont (monty) Powell....
There must be a demon in that bottle
It's been stealing my money all night long
I'm down to a dollar on my paycheck
But it's all been going to a worthy cause

Damn the whiskey
For making me feel so good
To hell with the honky tonks for doing what they should
It's the price you pay, but that's ok
Helps a working man get by

Come Monday there'll be 40 hours waiting
I'll bust my back right over the hump somehow
By the time the eagle flies on Friday
I'll be setting myself up for another round

Damn the whiskey
For making me feel so good
To hell with the honky tonks for doing what they should
It's the price you pay, but that's ok
Helps a working man get by

That cocktail baby, she just caught me looking a second time
One more shot and I'll be looking for a way to make her mine

Damn the whiskey
To hell with the honky tonks

Damn the whiskey
For making me feel so good
To hell with the honky tonks for doing what they should
It's the price you pay, but that's ok
Helps a working man get by



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"Damn the Whiskey" as written by Anna Wilson Bradley Curtis Martin

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