Till I Drink Milwaukee Dry Song Lyrics and Chords by Billy Walker
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Written and recorded by Billy Walker
[C]I’ve got a heartache from [F]being much to [C]lonely
Oh but a cowboy just [D7]ain’t supposed to [G7]cry
I [C]came in here to get [F]rid of a hurt [C]condition
And I’ll sit right [F]here in [C]Dallas till I drink [G7]Milwaukee [C]dry
I’m not [F]proud of what I’m doing
But this ol’ hurt keeps right on chewing up the [G7]heart in me
It ain’t [F]80 proof but it’s proving
Very shortly I’ll be losing all this [G7]misery
Lay a [C]quarter on the [F]waitress for a [C]sad song
While I sit right [F]here in [C]Dallas till I drink [G7]Milwaukee [C]dry
In a room full of [F]people swapping [C]stories
How the one true love in [D7]life has passed them [G7]by
Just [C]to turn to a [F]mouth full of consu[C]ltation
While we sit right [F]here in [C]Dallas till we drink [G7]Milwaukee [C]dry
While I sit right [F]here in [C]Dallas till I drink [G7]Milwaukee [C]dry[/chordpress]
Who sang the the song Till I Drink Milwaukee Dry?
– The song Till I Drink Milwaukee Dry was sang by Billy Walker.
Who is Billy Walker?
– William Marvin Walker (January 14, 1929 – May 21, 2006) was an American country music singer and guitarist best known for his 1962 hit, “Charlie’s Shoes”. Nicknamed The Tall Texan, Walker had more than 30 charting records during a nearly 60-year career, and was a longtime member of the Grand Ole Opry.