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Whiskey In My Whiskey - The Felice Brothers

from Tribes Hill Song Book Volume 1

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I put some whiskey into my whiskey
          G                    D
I put some heartbreak into my heart
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I put my boots on that old dance floor
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I put three rounds lord in my .44


I put some whiskey into my whiskey
I put some heartbreak into my heart
I put my boots on that ole dance floor
I put three rounds Lord, in my 44

I love the girl, she was my sunshine
Her name was Eleanor Caroline
She got fast, with a friend of mine
At the dance hall Lord, on the county line

I put some whiskey into my whiskey
I put some heartbreak into my heart
I make my way across that ole dance floor
And put three rounds Lord, in my Eleanor

I filled my glass with Uncle Jack
I lay my skin, my sunday black
I'll make my bed on them railroad tracks
I'll leave this world lord and I won't look back

And I put some whiskey into my whiskey
I put some heartbreak into my heart
I put my boots on that ole dance floor
I put three rounds Lord, in my Eleanor

Credits:

from Adventures of the Felice Brothers, words and music by Ian Felice, Gregory Farley, James Felice, Josh Rawson and Simone Felice

updated: 6 years ago