An Hour And A Six Pack Song Lyrics and Chords

Cal Smith

 

An Hour And A Six Pack Song Lyrics and Chords by Cal Smith

 

[chordpress float=”none” format=”yes” hbnotation=”no” interactive=”no” transpose=”0″]An Hour And A Six Pack
Recorded by Cal Smith
Written by Bill Anderson
 
[G]I just got home and [D7]found a note
That you left lying on my pillow [G]case
You [C]say you’re leaving me
You [D7]found another man to take my [G]place

And then you wish me [D7]luck
And say you hope that I’ll get over you [G]somehow
Honey [C]I won’t even know your name
An [D7]hour and a six-pack from [G]now

You’re an [C]hour and a six-pack

Away from not existing anymore
[G]An hour and a six-pack
And I won’t care how much I cared [D7]before

[G]Watch the clock pop-the-tops
Swallow all the pain and then the [C]pride
And with all that we had going baby [G]don’t it hurt you knowing
My [D7]love is just an hour and a six-pack [G]wide

I never was the kind of [D7]man who liked to stand
And rummage through the [G]ashes
When [C]it’s gone then it’s gone
Take it [D7]out and leave it where the [G]trash is

[G]If you think I’ll be [D7]missing you
This time tomorrow baby drop [G]around
I’m an [C]hour and a six-pack
Away [D7]from being over you right [G]now

You’re an [C]hour and a six-pack

Away from not existing anymore
An [G]hour and a six-pack
And I won’t care how much I cared [D7]before

[G]Watch the clock pop-the-tops smile
And settle back and go to [C]sleep
And with all that we had going don’t it [G]hurt you baby knowing
My [D7]love is just an hour and a six-pack [G]deep[/chordpress]

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song An Hour And A Six Pack?
– The song An Hour And A Six Pack was sang by Cal Smith.

 

Who is Cal Smith?
– Calvin Grant Shofner (April 7, 1932 – October 10, 2013), known professionally as Cal Smith, was an American country musician, most famous for his 1974 hits “Country Bumpkin” and “It’s Time to Pay the Fiddler”.

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