too drunk to dream
words and music by david ryan adams and robert e rickers, jr
barland music/the ricker music group (bmi)


        E                  A
can you hear that lonesome moanin'

        E              A
is that you or is that me

          F#                     A
my broken heart ain't aching for nothing

             F#               A
that i can't touch or i can't see
 

           E                  A
and do you hear that lonesome cryin'

          E                 A
thought i made it stop its singin'

       F#                     A
but my hands lay there on the bottle

           F#            A
and i just drank till my heart would be

             E
too drunk to dream.
 

   A                           E
so baby you can leave if you wanna

G                                          D
There ain't no drinkin' when the bottle is dry

A                                E
sugar, you can leave if you want to

G                            D
i ain't got no more tears to cry
 

       E                  A
do you hear that lonesome shuffle

      E                       A
of my feet walking out of the bar

      F#               A
and i stumble down the same damn streets

F#                     A
my daddy done stumbled before
 

   A                           E
so baby you can leave if you wanna

G                                   D
all the flowers in your garden have died

A                            E
baby, i'm gonna have to warn you

G                            D
i ain't got no more tears to cry
 

     A                                E
well sugar, you can leave if you want to

G                                          D
there ain't no drinkin' when the bottle is dry

A                            E
baby, i'm gonna have to warn you

G                            D
i ain't got no more tears to cry

corrections?

*losering*