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Liquor To Like Her Recorded by Hank Williams Jr. Written by Paul Overstreet and Tommy Hemby
G It takes a whole lot of liquor to like her D7 That's why I drink all the time
It takes a whole lot of liquor to like her G When I'm liquored up I like her just fine
She wants to tell me where to go
Tell me what to do tell me what to eat D7 And how loud I can chew she even wants to tell me
What thoughts I oughta think G It used to drive me crazy till it drove me to drink
Well she's such a pretty thing you'd think she's heaven sent D7 She's the quarrelsome kind love's an argument
She could yell all day she can scream all night G I just sit there smilin' as high as a kite
This drinking buddy of mine said he met a girl D7 Said she was the meanest woman in the world
I saw her pretty picture I said Man you're poking fun G Then the day I met her I said pour me one
C G You may look down your nose at me D7 G Think I'm an old sorry son of a B C The only way I'm giving up my drinking glass A7 D7 Is if I can find a way is to get her off my back G Your wife's on the phone
C G Little brown jug upon my lips A7 D7 You're saving our love with every sip
Every time I get sober D7 She drives me out of my mind
It takes a whole lot of liquor to like her G But when I'm liquored up I like her just fine
D7 G When I'm liquored up I like her just fine C D7 G When I'm liquored up hell I love her
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