"Weed With Willie" as written by Scott Emerick and Toby Keith....
I always heard that his herb was top shelf
People, I just could not wait to find out for myself
Now can't knock it till you've tried it and I've tried it my friend
I may get drunk in Cincinnati in summer time two thousand and twelve
But I'll never smoke Weed with Willie again!

We learned a hard lesson in a small Texas town
He roll up a fat boy and he passed it around
Last words I spoke before they tucked me in
I'll never smoke weed with Willie again

Never smoke weed with Willie again
My party's all over before it begins
He pour me some Old Whiskey River my friend
But I'll never smoke weed with Willie again

Climbed on this old bus, the Honeysuckel Rose
The party, Las Vegas it was after the show
Alone in the front lounge, it was just me and him
I took one little bitty toke, the grim creeper kicked in

I'll never smoke weed with Willie again
My party's all over before it begins
He pour me some more Whiskey River my friend
But I'll never smoke weed with Willie again

Now we're passing the guitar, we're telling good joke
I can tell one was coming
I'd start smelling that old South Texas, Willie Nelson red-haired, sensibly-made country smoke
People I do not partake I just let it pass by
With a grin on my face and a great contact high

Never smoke weed with Willie again
My party's all over before it begins
He can pour me some more Jack Daniel's my friend
Never smoke weed with Willie again

Oh down in the fetal position with a bunch drool on my chin
Man I broke down and got stone weed with Willie again


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"Weed with Willie [Live] [Live]" as written by Toby Keith Scott Emerick

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