Parole Dry Town

Miranda Lambert

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  • Date de sortie : 01 Janvier 2007

Paroles de la chanson Dry Town :
Well, the road was hot and flat as a ruler

Good hundred miles 'tween me and Missoula

That vinyl top wasn't gettin' no cooler

So I stopped at a quickie sack

And I figured I'd need about a six of miller

And one of them things so I wouldn't spill her

And I asked the girl if the beer was in the back

She said, "It's a dry town

No beer, no liquor for miles around

I'd give a nickel for a sip or two

To wash me down out of this dry town"

So I turned right around, no hesitation

Cursed the laws ruinin' the nation

Waved goodbye to the boy at the station

But she wouldn't go into gear

He said, "It sounds like your transmission

You need Bob but he's gone fishing

On his day off he gets a long way from here"

'Cause it's a dry town

No beer, no liquor for miles around

I'd give a nickel for a sip or two

To wash me down out of this dry town

Well, back home friends you can get a dose of

Something strong from your local grocer

So I walked down 'til I came a little closer

To a place called Happy John's

He said, "I keep some here for colds and fevers

And down underneath's where I usually leave her

But just last night I felt a cold a comin' on"

Now it's a dry town

No beer, no liquor for miles around

I'd give a nickel for a sip or two

To wash me down out of this dry town

I need a sip or two

To wash me down out of this dry town

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