Two Old Cats    (1984)

Hey, I'd like to do a little rocking
Ray, I get a little rowdy myself
See if you can sing the high part, brother
Hank, I can if you can give me some help

'Cause we're the kind, when we set our minds
We're gonna do it or bust
Well, we ain't half bad for two old cats like us

There ain't nothing like honky tonk music
When you get an itching to play
And singing those songs like Hey Good Lookin'
And Baby Tell Me What'd I Say

We can take it to the limit or take it back to the bus
Ain't no problem for two old cats like us

We've been down a whole lot of alleys, we shook a whole lot of cans
There ain't too much about prowling or howling
That we don't understand

We've had a few doors slammed on our tails
We've been kicked and cussed
But everything's cool for two old cats like us

Now this younger generation, Ray, is keeping us on our toes
Playing everything from Western Swing to that good old rock 'n' roll
And here we are smack dab in the middle, but I think we can adjust
Hell, there ain't nothing new for two old cats like us

We've been down a whole lot of alleys, and shook a whole lot of cans
There ain't too much about prowling or howling
That we don't understand

We've had a few doors slammed on our tails
We've been kicked and cussed
But everything's cool for two old cats like us
But everything's cool for two old cats like us

Let's go prowlin'
All right!

Lyrics by Troy Seals.
Recorded by Ray Charles and Hank Williams, Jr..


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