"Always a Reason" as written by Ryan Fleener, Justin Wilson and Jeff Middleton....
Word on the vine is Johnny got a job
Three days a week at the auto part shop
Come 5 o'clock when he gets paid
Guess we got another reason to celebrate

Joe and Mary they were meant to be
Supposed to get married and live happily
But she slept with his buddy and broke his heart
Now they're all headed out to separate bars

Some are coming to dance, some are coming to fight
Any day of the week could be a Saturday night
Might be having a ball, may be shedding some tears
There's always a reason to drink around here

Had myself a rough 24, told the boss where to go
And he showed me the door
I hit the gas hauling asphalt
Guess I'm gonna take the afternoon off

Some are coming to dance, some are coming to fight
Any day of the week could be a Saturday night
Might be having a ball, may be shedding some tears
There's always a reason to drink around here

Days go by, the world spins around
Sometimes you're up, sometimes you're down
Life is going your way or it just ain't fair
There's always a reason to drink around here

Some are coming to dance, some are coming to fight
Any day of the week could be a Saturday night
Might be having a ball, may be shedding some tears
There's always a reason to drink around here
There's always a reason to drink around here
There's always a reason to drink around here

Word on the vine is Johnny got a job
Three days a week at the auto part shop


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"Always A Reason" as written by Justin Wilson Jeff Middleton

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