"You Ain't Worth The Whiskey" as written by and Josh Martin Cole Swindell....
I don't care that you done me wrong
'Cause I've already moved on
I don't care what his name is
Girl it is what it is
I won't waste a dime
Or the bartenders time
Trying to catch a buzz over the thought of us.

But I'll drink to a country song
To another long work week gone
And I'll raise my glass to a long lost buddy I ain't seen.
I might stay for one more round
Or I might close this place down
But don't think for a second I'm out to drown your memory
Baby you ain't worth the whiskey.

It don't matter what your friends say
They never liked me anyway
So if they see me drunk in this bar
It ain't over a broken heart

'Cause I'm drinkin' to a country song.
To another long work week gone
And I'm raisin my glass to a long lost buddy I ain't seen.
I might stay for one more round
Or I might close this place down
But don't think for a second I'm out to drown your memory
Baby you ain't worth the whiskey.

Cheers to a good country song
To another long work week gone
And yeah I'm raisin my glass to those savin' our ass overseas.
I might stay for one more round
Hell, I might close this place down
But don't think for a second I'm out to drown your memory
No don't think for one second I'm out to drown your memory
Girl, you ain't worth the whiskey.
No, baby you ain't worth the whiskey.


Lyrics submitted by dkyle_06, edited by frank88

"Ain't Worth the Whiskey" as written by Cole Swindell, Josh Martin, Adam Sanders

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