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Whiskeytown - I Hope It Rains At My Funeral Lyrics

  • Cant send no fourteen year-old boy to no school
  • The only thing I learned in the years I worked on my daddys farm was,
  • Son, you better get them crops in when it turns cool.
  • In the magazines, I saw the ***** women
  • I heard about the drinkin and the bars
  • If my daddy couldve caught me, hed a-killed me
  • He said, you might run, boy, but you aint gonna get far.
  • I hit town or you might say that it hit me
  • Next mornin there were things I knew more about
  • The woman who had taken me in said, country boy, youre all right.
  • The same way I turned her on, she turned me out
  • The first law I broke, right away they got me
  • I helped them build the country roads for awhile
  • They fed me two times a day and knocked me down about four
  • For thirty days I didnt even crack a smile
  • I met a nice girl and she said I was her baby
  • She let me go and would never tell me why
  • I learned what it means to be somebodys baby
  • They let you lie in your bed by yourself and cry
  • The miles were good but the mileage is turnin my hair gray
  • Ive met some people that knew me and call me friend
  • Aint no sense in wantin my life to live over
  • Id find different ways to make those mistakes again
  • So let me say this, I never tried to hurt anybody
  • Though I guess theres a few that I still couldnt look in the eye
  • If Ive got one wish, I hope it rains at my funeral
  • For once, Id like to be the only one dry

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