"Who needs the whiskey" as written by Randy Boudreaux, Milton Kaiser and Chris Cagle....
She caught me on the back porch once again
In the middle of a fight we both knew I couldn't win
Then she came up from behind and took my glass
And she said, hold me instead and soon the urge will pass

And then she whispered, I'm forever by your side
And together we can beat this thing one step at a time
And then she kissed me and it moved me
She took away the fear and pain

And gave something new to soothe me
She said she needs me and she loves me
And with a woman as strong as that
Who needs the whiskey

I kept my weakness hidden for so long
But she gave me the strength to admit I'd been wrong
And when I asked her why she stood right by my side
She said you'd do the same for me with tears in her eyes

And then she wrapped her arms around me and held me close
And said if ever you need something strong, well baby
Just let me know
And then she kissed me and it moved me

She took away the fear and pain
And gave something new to soothe me
She said she needs me and she loves me
And with a woman as strong as that

Who needs the whiskey
She says she loves me and she'd never leave me
And with a woman as strong as that
With a woman as strong as that

Well who needs the whiskey
I'm free
Who needs the whiskey


Lyrics submitted by meggiesue6

"Who Needs the Whiskey" as written by Milton Kaiser Chris Cagle

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., MIKE CURB MUSIC

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