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Honky Tonk Hell

This song is by Webb Wilder and appears on the album Town & Country (1995) and on the album Scattered Covered And Smothered (2005).

One wife, two on the side
Too many stories I can't tell

Too much loss of memory
Too many bottles of Rebel Yell
One more night in a roadhouse
I figure I might as well
'Cause I know when it's all over for me
I'll be headin' down to Honky Tonk Hell

Well Honky Tonk Hell
Where the beer tastes like water
And the wine don't ever flow
Juke box blown, if you wanna hear a song
Twisted Sister on the radio
Honky Tonk gals in the neon lights
Won't be dancin' in my sinner's cell
Well every night around closin' time
I'm gonna nurse another heartache spell
Down in Honky Tonk Hell

Well brother if you think you got a future
It might be time to change your life (uh huh)
Think about the ones that love you
And all the misery and strife
Once you crawl inside of that bottle
It's mighty hard to crawl up out of that well
You know you don't wanna wind up like me
Just a drinkin' in Honky Tonk Hell

Honky Tonk Hell
Where the beer tastes like water
And the wine don't ever flow
Juke box blown if you wanna hear a song
Twisted sister on the radio
Honky Tonk gals in the neon lights
Won't be dancin' in my sinner's cell
Well every night around closin' time
I'm gonna nurse another heartache spell
Down in Honky Tonk Hell

Down in Honky Tonk Hell

Now Honky Tonk Hell
Where the beer tastes like water
And the wine don't never flow
Juke box gone if you wanna hear a song
Twisted sister on the radio
The Honky Tonk gals in the neon lights
Won't be dancin' in my sinner's cell
Well every night around closin' time
I'm gonna nurse another heartache spell
Down in Honky Tonk Hell

Down In Honky Tonk Hell

One wife, two on the side
Too many stories I can't tell
This song is a cover of "Honky Tonk Hell" by Teddy and the Tall Tops.

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Credits

Written by:

Ted Roddy

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