Women, Cigarettes and Booze cover
Women, Cigarettes and Booze cover

Women, Cigarettes and Booze Lyrics Meanings
by Stick Martin, Adam Z


Women, Cigarettes and Booze Lyrics

Women, cigarettes and booze
Without them I'd be singing blues
I feel alright when I'm out at night
Dancing in my blue sued shoes
With women cigarettes and booze

Hit the bar when I got some bread
I'm buying drinks to fix my head
Packs of reds, girl in my bed
Brother I can't lose
With women cigarettes and booze

'Till I meet that Queen of Hearts
Who can trump me at a club
I'll be smoking, drinking, flirting, winking
At the girls down at the pub

Oh the church might call me a sinner
The reverend's daughter's coming over for dinner
Is it heaven or hell, well I can't tell
So please don't make me choose

Give me women cigarettes and booze, (say it again)
Women cigarettes and booze (one more time)
Women cigarettes and booze

Writer(s): Stick Martin
Copyright(s): Lyrics © DistroKid
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