"Cheaper to Drink Alone" as written by and Jon Lawhon Brandon Kinney....
Straight off the plane from California
Knew the minute that I laid eyes on ya
Heart is gonna be as good as gold and
You're the kind that wanted it all

Lit a wild fire in my bed
You took my wallet and you wrecked my head
Drank my bourbon burned my cigarettes
And now I don't feel nothing at all, all

Well I could rob a bank and beg her back
Break down and show her where the money's at
But that girl loves diamonds and Cadillacs
Cheaper to drink
It's cheaper to drink

Yes she leave you more than heart broke
High heels and high dollar cosmos
I wish it was but it ain't no joke
It's cheaper to drink
Cheaper to drink
Cheaper to drink alone

Well I guess I should have seen the warning
But you was everything I ever wanted
Always kept me coming back for more
And God I felt like taking you home

You burn a memory in my head
Like shots of whiskey when they hit your chest
You loved me and let me in the red
And now I don't feel nothing but broke
Yeah, broke

Well I could rob a bank and beg her back
Break down and show her where the money's at
That girl loves diamonds and Cadillacs
Cheaper to drink
It's cheaper to drink

Yes she leave you more than heart broke
High heels and high dollar cosmos
I wish it was but it ain't no joke
It's cheaper to drink
Cheaper to drink
Cheaper to drink alone

Well I could rob a bank and beg her back
Break down and show her where the money's at
That girl loves diamonds and Cadillacs
Cheaper to drink
It's cheaper to drink

Yes she leave you more than heart broke
High heels and high dollar cosmos
I wish it was but it ain't no joke
It's cheaper to drink
Cheaper to drink
Cheaper to drink alone


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"Cheaper to Drink Alone" as written by Jon Lawhon Brandon Kinney

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