(If It Weren't for Country Music) I'd Go Crazy    (1991)

I sit here by the jukebox in this country bar
I gotta hear some fiddle and some steel guitar
A month ago my lovin' lady threw me out
And I don't know what to do, so I do without;

This old city brings me down, it ain't been good to me
But it's all that I can do to keep my sanity
But the future's lookin' bright, 'cause I'm finally feelin' right
And if it weren't for country music I'd go crazy.

I got holes in my boots, I got holes in my jeans
Holes in my pockets, man you know what that means
Between the bar tab and the jukebox, my money's all been spent
I'd even vote for Merle Haggard for president;

Play some Hank, Play some Willie, Play some Restless Heart
But don't play "A Tender Lie" 'cause I might fall apart
But the future's lookin' bright, 'cause I'm finally feelin' right
And if it weren't for country music I'd go crazy.

But the future's lookin' bright, 'cause I'm finally feelin' right
And if it weren't for country music I'd go crazy.

Lyrics by Alan Syms.
Recorded by Clinton Gregory.


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