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Hank Thompson
"It's Five O'Clock Somewhere" lyrics

It's Five O'Clock Somewhere

Hey, bartender, it's not too soon
Because it's the middle of the afternoon
Just give me some elbow room
And an ice cold beer

Oh, and I hope my blues it cures
So draw me up that glass of Coors
Don't you look at that watch of yours
It's five o'clock somewhere

My baby packed up all her things
Then took off her wedding ring
Left me here with a heart that stings
In the deep despair

I just had one heck of a fall
So don't you look at that clock on the wall
Just pour me one cool and tall
It's five o'clock somewhere

Now when you've had a love go sour
It sure takes a lot of willpower
To wait around for that happy hour
Just to get a little cheer

I guess I'm the saddest guy in town
By baby just tore our playhouse down
So I'll just have me another round
It's five o'clock somewhere

I really don't care about the time of day
My misery is here to stay
And I'll soon be on my way
When I've had my share

So I'll just have another one or two
I don't care what the other folks do
In old Shanghai or Timbuktu
It's five o'clock somewhere

In old Shanghai or Timbuktu
It's five o'clock somewhere

Authors: Hank Thompson