Last of the Big Time Drinkers Song Lyrics


Stereophonics Word Gets Around cover art
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Ten minutes flat after that day at the factory
I'm drinking like a dog in the sun
I don't need to eat or sleep a wink
At the weekend just rot my guts
And I can't wait for my next drink
The first is gonna sink
I'm the last of the big time drinkers
I take pride in my work
I'm the last of the big time drinkers
The beer don't taste the same without my name painted on my glass
I don't live to work I work to live and live at the weekend
And maybe spend a week in the sun
I come home wet the bed throw my sheets out the window
And Sunday morning comes and I can't wait for my next drink
The first one is gonna sink

Track Listing

CD 1
  • 1 A Thousand Trees
  • 2 Looks Like Chaplin
  • 3 More Life in a Tramp's Vest
  • 4 Local Boy in the Photograph
  • 5 Traffic
  • 6 Not Up to You
  • 7 Check My Eyelids for Holes
  • 8 Same Size Feet
  • 9 Last of the Big Time Drinkers
  • 10 Goldfish Bowl
  • 11 Too Many Sandwiches
  • 12 Billy Davey's Daughter

  • credits

    publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
    writers: Kelly Jones, Richard Mark Jones, Stuart Cable
    album: Track 9 in album Word Gets Around
    release date: 1997-8-25
    popularity : 37 users have visited this page.
    genres: Rock
    styles: Soft Rock/Brit Pop/Indie Rock
    length: 2:45
    composer: Richard Jones, Stuart Cable, Kelly Jones
    lyricist: Kelly Jones

    Album Information

    label: V2
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: CD
    barcode: 5033197004327
    script: Latin