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A 50s style Jump Blues...Features some great trumpet and horn section.
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Michel Goudreau
Michel Goudreau
Bluess Et Cetera
Wed Aug 04, 2010
Blues : Blues General
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Why'd I Drink So Much ?

My old friends and I got together last night
A wild house party
Where everyone was feeling alright
But now it's next morning
And I don't feel the same
I should've known better
Than to play that drinkin' game

Why'd I drink so much last night
Why'd I drink so much last night
( We were ) joking and carryin' on
But now my head is poundin'
Like a big bass drum
If I'd known last night that I'd wake up this way
I hope I remember this another day

Well the night began with some Bar-B-Cue
Ice cold beer and Marguaritas too
We had the football game on the big screen TV
Just messin' around like crazy monkeys in a tree

Why'd I drink so much last night
Why'd I drink so much last night
( We were ) joking and carryin' on
But now my head is poundin'
Like a big bass drum
If I'd known last night that I'd wake up this way
I hope I remember this another day

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Why'd I drink so much last night
Why'd I drink so much last night
When the clock hit 2 am
Groovin' with my rowdy friends
We were feeling good and it showed
Then someone yelled : '' One more for the road !''

Why'd I drink so much
Why'd I drink so much
Why'd I drink so much
Why'd I drink so much
I really shouldn't complain
It's my own fault ... and I'll probably do it again

Words & Music : Michel Goudreau
iFFDCopyright 2008 by Michel Goudreau, SOCAN