One Drink Short Of Dyin'

from by Sean Mormelo

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G-D/F#-C-Em-D
Many times I’ve wondered, what’s become of me
All My aspirations seemed to vanish in the sea
The Road that I should follow is right in front of me
Now I’m broke and hollow hung up in the debris

F-C-A7-D7
All the weight in this world coming down on me
I can’t kill this wicked thirst lord won’t ya hear my plea

G-D/F#-C-C-D G-D/F#-C-C/b-Am-D7
And it’s one in the morning, two in the day,
One drink in the evening to chase the blues away
and I drink Many on the weekends, just to pass the time
I’m one drink short of dying and I don’t seem to mind

I know come monday morning I’ll awake to find
I can’t recall where I’ve been since Saturday at Nine
And I can’t seem to remember but I never quite forget
Try to find some piece of mind but I end up with regret

All alone in this world, nothing left for me
I’ve been dealt a losing hand lord won’t ya set me free

And it’s one in the morning, two in the day,
One drink in the evening to chase the blues away
and I drink Many on the weekends, just to pass the time
I’m one drink short of dying and I don’t seem to mind

(Bridge) Em-D-Am-D7
I’m likely to pass out right across the railroad tracks
well it feels just like a freight train runnin right across my back

Lead over (Prechorus) F-C-A7-D7

Chorus X2 out

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from Nashville Sessions, released July 1, 2012

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