23 Karaoke - Chayce Beckham

This title is a cover of 23 as made famous by Chayce Beckham

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With backing vocals (with or without vocals in the KFN version)

In the same key as the original: Cm

Release date: 2021
Genres: Country, In English

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Lyrics 23

Simple as my mama said when I was very young
She told me not to worry son
One day you'll be someone
But here I am at twenty-one as loaded as a stagecoach shotgun
I'm sorry mamma
Please don't look at me
Yeah when I got to Oklahoma
I was seventeen
My papa taught me how to work and Lord he was mean
Workin' all day in that August heat
And he taught me how to fish
My uncle taught me how to drink
Well I went to California and I had me a band
And we played in all the bars in all the Southern lands
We played all night and we drank for free all of my boys and me
Now I'm twenty-three and there ain't nobody who can drink like me
Soon I'll be twenty-four and the Lord knows that I can't drink no more
I know I should've taken it slow
It's not the way that my life goes
Now I know
When you're passed out on the floor you're sober by twenty-four
Well I had a girl who loved me the whole damn time and I'd drink my whiskey and she'd drink wine
But soon my bottle was too much to comfort me
Yeah we'd sit on the river and we'd fish all day
And we'd drive across the country
Let the radio play
Seven damn years
I never thought she'd leave
Now I'm twenty-three and there ain't nobody who can drink like me
Soon I'll be twenty-four and the Lord knows that I can't drink no more
I know I should've taken it slow
It's not the way that my life goes
Lord I know
When you're passed out on the floor you're sober by twenty-four
Simple as my mama said when I was very young
She told me not to worry son
One day you'll be someone
But here I am at twenty-one as loaded as a stagecoach shotgun
I'm sorry mamma
Please don't look at me

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