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An Hour And A Six Pack Song Lyrics and Chords

 

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

 

An Hour And A Six Pack
Recorded by Cal Smith
Written by Bill Anderson
 
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I just got home and  
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found a note
 
That you left lying on my pillow  
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case
 
You  
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say you're leaving me
 
You  
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found another man to take my  
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place
 
And then you wish me  
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luck
 
And say you hope that I'll get over you  
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somehow
 
Honey  
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I won't even know your name
 
An  
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hour and a six-pack from  
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now
 
You're an  
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hour and a six-pack

Away from not existing anymore

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An hour and a six-pack
 
And I won't care how much I cared  
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before
 
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Watch the clock pop-the-tops
 
Swallow all the pain and then the  
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pride
 
And with all that we had going baby  
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don't it hurt you knowing
 
My  
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love is just an hour and a six-pack  
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wide
 
I never was the kind of  
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man who liked to stand
 
And rummage through the  
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ashes
 
When  
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it's gone then it's gone
 
Take it  
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out and leave it where the  
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trash 
 
is
 
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If you think I'll be  
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missing 
 
you
 
This time tomorrow baby drop  
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around
 
I'm an  
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hour and a six-pack
 
Away  
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from being over you right  
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now
 
You're an  
C 
hour and a six-pack

Away from not existing anymore

 
An  
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hour and a six-pack
 
And I won't care how much I cared  
D7 
before
 
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Watch the clock pop-the-tops smile
 
And settle back and go to  
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sleep
 
And with all that we had going don't it  
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hurt you baby knowing
 
My  
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love is just an hour and a six-pack  
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deep

 

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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