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use only, it's a very good country song written by Kris Kristofferson
and recorded by Billy Walker.
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From The Bottle To The Bottom Recorded by Billy Walker Written by Kris Kristofferson
G You ask me if I'm happy now D7 That's good as any joke I've heard
It seems that since I've seen you last G I done forgot the meaning of the words
If happiness is empty rooms and drinking in the afternoon C Well I suppose I'm happy as a clown D7 But if it's got a thing to do with smiling or forgetting you G Well I don't guess that I can say I am
Did you ever see a down and outer waking up alone D7 Without a blanket on to keep him from the dew
When the water from the weeds has soaked the paper G He's been putting in his shoes to keep the ground from coming through
And his future feels as empty as the pocket in his pants C Because he's never seen a single dream come true D7 Well that's the way that I've been feeling
Since the day I started falling
From the bottle to the bottom stool by stool G Learning how to live with losing you
You wonder if I'm better off with freedom D7 Now to do the things I choose
Well all my times my own and I got nothing left G But sleeping time to lose
There's no one here to carry on if I stay out the whole night long C Or give a tinkers damn if I don't call D7 I'm living like I wanted to and doing things I wanna do G And nothing seems to mean a thing at all
D7 G From the bottle to the bottom losing you
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