Tim Culpepper – “One More For The Road”

VERSE
I make my way to my favorite stool
Where a cold one helps to pass the time
The smoke and the crowd, and the music playin’ loud
Helps to ease my troubled mind,
Each night I get lost, in that ol’ jukebox and it helps me to carry on
Then I’ll have one more for the road, and take the long way home
VERSE
Next to me, there’s a willing smile
Who’d like to have my company
And lord I’d bet, she could make me forget,
why I stay dead on my feet
But reality is waitin’ for me, by now, I know supper’s on
So I’ll have one more for the road, and take the long way home
CHORUS
Where they don’t understand the daily demands, that work to weigh me down
And the time clock, that keeps tickin, spinning my life around
Outside this honkytonk, I’ll face the facts of life
But in here, we let the good times roll
Then I’ll have one more for the road, and take the long way home
TAG
Outside this honkytonk, I’ll face the facts of life
But somebody just played George Jones
So I’ll have one more for the road, and take the long way home
© 2012 Stone Cove Music/ASCAP Backlight Music/BMI Cozy Cliff Music/SESAC

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