honky tonk crazy George Strait
from the "Strait From The Heart" album
written by Frank Dycus and Dean Dillon
[G]There's a hundred dollar bill on the table
To [C]get me through the [G]night.
I've got a [C]tight blue jean [D]honky tonk [G]queen
To hold me [C]tight.
[G]And a cowboy band's rendition
[C]Of a Texas [G]waltz.
It's [C]music to my ears that [D]I need to [G]hear
To [C]keep me from [D]climbing the [G]walls.
[C]Tonight I'll [G]be [D]honky tonk [C]cra-[G]zy;
Rip-roaring wild [C]one more [D]time.
Tonight I'll [G]be [D]honky tonk [C]cra-[G]zy;
[C]Let the [G]whiskey whisk her [D]out of my [C]mind.[D] [C] [G]
[C]Let the [G]whiskey whisk her [D]out of my [G]mind.
[G]Got all of my friends around me
[C]Telling the latest [G]jokes.
But [C]they can't see the [D]jokes on [G]me;
I'm at the end of my [C]rope.
[G]So I step outside and drink one
[C]In the driving [G]rain.
But [C]that's alright if I'm [D]high to[G]night
'Cause [C]she's already [D]drove me in[G]sane.
[C]Oh, let the [G]whiskey whisk her [D]out of my [G]mind.[G] [D] [G]