Dale Denker

Dale Denker

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Folk - General | Lee's Summit, Missouri, United States
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Member Since: 2006
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Song Description

When folks ask me if i still think about my drinking days, they are asking if I still want to drink.

Story Behind the Song

I drank many a Budweiser in my earlier days. 15 years ago I stopped. People that know/knew me to this day still ask me if I still think about it.

Lyrics

There?s times I still think about my drinkin?
You know, do things like I use to do.
Get as much as i can get it into the van
Bring along what you got with you.

There's times I still think about my drinkin?
I know now I should have been at home.
Got as much love as I could, and live off the good.
But Ole? drinkin and me did that alone.

SOLO

There?s times I still think about my drinkin?
Like When someone says they know my name.
Probably met em in a bar,I have no idea who they are.
I never knew anybody anyway.

SOLO

There?s times I still think about my drinkin?
All those curves we shot on those tubes.
We?re lucky to survived, damn graced to be alive.
After doin those drinkin; things we use to do.

There?s times I still think about my drinkin.
I mean it was just one lifetime ago..
A bump in the road to where I?m suppose to go.
Sometimes I still think about my drinkin?.

Song Length
2:10
Genres
Country - Cowboy, Country - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Welcoming, Pleased

Subject Matter
Life, Pride

Similar Artists
Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Dale Denker
Music Credits Dale Denker
Producer Credits Andy Oxman
Publisher Credits Dale Denker
Performance Credits Dale Denker
Label Credits SoundWorks Studio