"The Bottle and Me" as written by Joshua Ryan Owen, Jimmy Ritchey and Wesley Hightower....
Didn't come in here for your sympathy,
And a honky tonk queen's the last thing I need.
Just set me up with your best whiskey.
This is just between the bottle and me.

I don't want to talk. I don't need a friend.
Don't think I stuttered when I said
I'm here to deal with a memory.
Yeah, this is just between the bottle and me.

A man can't face the cold, hard truth
With nothing less than 90 proof.
And closing time is when I'll leave.
Till then it's just between the bottle and me.

You're a good bartender. I know you want to help.
So if you see me talking to myself,
Just walk away and let me be.
Yeah, this is just between the bottle and me.

A man can't face the cold, hard truth
With nothing less than 90 proof.
And closing time is when I'll leave.
Till then it's just between this bottle and me.

A man can't face the cold, hard truth
With nothing less than 90 proof,
And closing time is when I'll leave.
Till then it's just between this bottle and me.
Till then it's just between this bottle and me.


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"The Bottle and Me" as written by Joshua Ryan Owen Jimmy Ritchey

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