Sitting drinking whiskey and smoking cigarettes
Thinking about the face I'm trying to forget
She told me to get lost but I didn't go too far
I'm just around the corner at my favorite country bar

I praise the Lord this world is filled with honky-tonk girls
I swear they're getting finer! And younger! Every day
All these honky-tonk girls will be my salvation
They just gimme gimme gimme what I crave

Once there was a time when I couldn't live without you
Chained to your anchor at the bottom of the sea
I didn't realise the misery of sinking
I really ought to thank you for that night you set me free

I praise the Lord this world is filled with honky-tonk girls
I swear they're getting finer! And younger! Every day
All these honky-tonk girls will be my salvation
They just gimme gimme gimme what I crave


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Honky Tonk Girls (At the Little Red Hen) song meanings
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