Countryholic Karaoke Sons Of The Palomino

Karaoke Countryholic Sons Of The Palomino

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In the same key as the original: D

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Lyrics of Countryholic

Don't get him on his
Waylon and Willie side
Don't hit him on a neon friday night
Steer clear of any roadhouse good timin' jukebox dive
If you see him in a boot store get him on home
Don't leave him in the truck with the radio on
Don't tell him 'bout the country fair corn dog tractor pullin'
All the do-si-doing going on down there
He like to get high one lick and he's on it
There ain't no cure for a countryholic
He's a Hank song shine fallin' off the wagon
Hears a steel guitar and he starts to dancing
Got a hillbilly need to feed the habit
Starts to looking haggard when he's got to have it
He's a fully blown diagnosed honky tonk chronic
There ain't no cure for a countryholic
He spent twenty-eight days in a hip hop club
Met a hot little rocker tried to clean him up
She got him wearing leather loafers and double edge slacks
Swore his boots and his jeans were a thing of the past
Found him two days later hee-hawing in the holler
There ain't no cure for a countryholic
He's a Hank song shine fallin' off the wagon
Hears a steel guitar and he starts to dancing
Got a hillbilly need to feed the habit
Looks a little haggard when he's got to have it
He's a fully blown diagnosed honky tonk chronic
There ain't no cure for a countryholic
Oh, come on guitar men
Ooh
Come on yeah
Feel a way that sound
Ooh
Hey
Hey, hey
Hey, hey
Hey, hey
Well he's a Hank song shine fallin' off the wagon
Hears a steel guitar and he starts to dancing
Got a hillbilly need to feed the habit
Looks a little haggard when he's got to have it
He's a fully blown diagnosed honky tonk chronic
There ain't no cure for a countryholic
He's a fully blown diagnosed honky tonk chronic
There ain't no cure for a countryholic
Countryholic
Countryholic
Countryholic
Wooh, yeah
Oh yeah

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