Hotel Whiskey Lyrics - Hank Williams, Jr.

Hank Williams, Jr. Maverick cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1991
Genre: Folk, World, & Country
Style: Country
length: 3:48
performer: Clint Black
I was born a ramblin man .. with swamp water on my hand
Daddy died so young and I had to help momma get by
So I learned how to sing those songs .. I learned how to honky tonk and moan
And I learned how to sleelp in a differnt bed everynight

Sometimes we slept in the car .. lots of times we slept in some old bar
Well then we got a bus and we thought that we were flying real high
But the best place I ever stayed .. where I really learned how to sing and how to play
I got the good times on my mind down at the hotel whiskey

Lord I wanna go back down there to Hotel Whiskey
I want to drink and dance and watch the ladies prance and get frisky
Well I'm not gonna worry bout driving a car .. I ll go up and get a room and bring my ole guitar
Ive got the good times on my mind down at the Hotel Whiskey

Im not a kid anymore ... but this aint no midlife crisis
Because whiskey and women have always been my vices ... ah huh
Im gonna buy a drink and take it to the band ... and talk to that gal thats got my heart in her hand
Ive got the good times on my mind down at the Hotel Whiskey

Lord I wanna go back down there to Hotel Whiskey
I want to drink and dance and watch the ladies prance and get frisky
Well I'm not gonna worry bout driving a car .. I ll grab a bottle and a room and my ole guitar
Ive got the good times on my mind down at the Hotel Whiskey

Well now Hank before I die I wanna tie one on ... and go with you and listen to them songs
Ive got the good times on my mind .. well now lets blow it out one more time
Come on now lets all go unwind ... down at the Hotel Whiskey

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Tracklist
  • 1 Come on Over to the Country
  • 2 Lyin' Jukebox
  • 3 Wild Weekend
  • 4 The Count Song
  • 5 I Know What You've Got Up Your Sleeve
  • 6 Hotel Whiskey
  • 7 Fax Me a Beer
  • 8 Low Down Blues
  • 9 A Little Less Talk and a Lot More Action
  • 10 Cut Bank, Montana