All My Friends Are Drunks

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Richard E Russell (Richard Russell Publishing/ASCAP), Lesley E Kornfeld (Elfy Kornfeld Publishing/ASCAP), © All Rights Reserved

(4:14) A song with a humorous title but serious undertones, the title inspired by the words of a family member. Beautiful, dark, gritty fiddle and haunting harmonies. Elfy Kornfeld, vocals; Rick Russell, guitar; Terrell Jones, bass; Mark Lewis (guest artist), fiddle

All my friends are drunks, but say they’re sober.
Come the noon day sun they’re wishin’ the day was over.
A little hair of the dog does the trick
And the clock on the wall begins to tick
All my friends are drunks . . . I’m still sober.

Lord knows I try to keep a level head
‘Cuz I don’t want to see the day I wake up dead
Well, I’ve never been known to go easy on a man
And day by day I’m doin’ the best I can

All my friends are drunks, but say they’re sober.
Come the noon day sun they’re wishin’ the day was over.
A little hair of the dog does the trick
And the clock on the wall begins to tick
All my friends are drunks . . . and I could be sober

Now I ain’t sayin’ I never touch a drop
And anytime I want all I gotta do is stop
These are the best friends I have ever found
So shut your mouth and pour me another round

All my friends are drunks, but say they’re sober.
Come the noon day sun they’re wishin’ the day was over.
A little hair of the dog does the trick
And the clock on the wall begins to tick
All my friends are drunks . . . and I’m never sober
All my friends are drunks . . . and I’m never sober

Richard E Russell (Richard Russell Publishing/ASCAP), Lesley E Kornfeld (Elfy Kornfeld Publishing/ASCAP), © All Rights Reserved

 

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