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Let Somebody Else Drive lyrics and chords

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Let Somebody Else Drive
Recorded by John Anderson
Written by Merle Kilgore and Mack Vickery

I heard it on the radio and six o'clock news

They said you better not drive when you get on the booze

The sheriff was on T.V. a shaking his hand

Said we're really cracking down you better understand

When you get on the whiskey (when you get on the whiskey)
When you get on the whiskey (when you get on the whiskey)
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When you get on the whiskey let somebody else drive

Started drinking on Friday and by Saturday night

They had me blowin' through a tube charged with D.U.I.

Cuffed and booked and thrown in a cell

I was tryin' to sober up and tellin' myself

Repeat #2

Forty eight hours is a long time to kill

In a room full of drunks surrounded by steel

Hell's all they serve in a metro bar

So don't be drinkin' when you're drivin' your car


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