"Honky Tonkin" as written by and Sr. Williams....
And if your baby leaves you
And you got no place to go
Oh, you come and see me darlin'
And bring along some dough

And we'll go honky-tonkin', honky-tonkin'
We'll go honky-tonkin', honey, baby
We'll go honkin'-tonkin' 'round this town

And you and your old man
You have a fallin' out
Well, you come and see me darlin'
And we'll go steppin' out

And we'll go honky-tonkin', honky-tonkin'
We'll go honky-tonkin', honey, baby
We'll go honkin'-tonkin' 'round this town

Well, I'm headin' out to the city
Oh, to the city fair
If you wanna do the boogie, babe
You can meet me there

We'll go honky-tonkin', honky-tonkin'
We'll go honky-tonkin', honey, baby
We'll go honkin'-tonkin' 'round this town

Oh, we goin' honkin'-tonkin', honky-tonkin'
Honky-tonkin', honey, baby
We'll go honkin'-tonkin' 'round this town




Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

"Honky Tonkin'" as written by Delbert Ross Mcclinton

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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