I Hope Heaven Has A Honky Tonk lyrics

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TRACY LAWRENCE I Hope Heaven Has A Honky Tonk Lyrics
I met him in a dive down in New Orleans
I recognized his handsome face
It was none of my business, but I had to know
What he was doing in this kind of place
Cause he used to have money, he used to have honeys
He used to be Society`s prince
But he still wore a grin when I sat beside him
and asked where all that money went
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Some was spent on Gambling, alot was spent on women
A Little on some good Cabernet
Three or Four divorces, at least that many horses
who never left the starting gate
Diamond rings and furs, swampland in New Jersey
That week I spent a year in LA
I hate to admit it, I threw the rest away
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He said money don`t mean nothing in this game of life
It`s just a way of keeping score
Show me a man whose got everything
I`ll show you one who wants even more
Well so smoke em` when you got em`
When you hit bottom, you gotta have a reason to smile
You can have a little piece of the rock
I`ll take a little piece of mind
(Chorus)
He said to me
Diamond rings and furs, swampland in New Jersey
That week I spent a year in LA
I hate to admit it, I threw the rest away



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Songwriters: CARTER, STAPLETON

Album: Sticks and Stones




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