Monday, March 16, 2009

Photostory: Georgia In A Jug

Johnny Paycheck - Georgia In A Jug (buy)

Mason jars on the dresser filled with dollars and quarters,
Savin' em' for our trip around the world,
But now that you changed your tune, there'll be no honeymoon,
So tonight I'm going there without you girl...

I'm going down to Mexico, in a glass of tequila

Going down to Puerto Rico, in a bottle of rum

Going out to Honolulu, in a Mai Tai mug


Then I'm coming back home to Georgia, in a jug.
We'll never ride that bus to Mexico City, that's a pity


We'll never sail our ship into old San Juan


You'll never walk with me, on the beach at Waikiki


And we'll never share that brick suburban home


Today I'm taking that money out of that jar
Tonight I'll by my "ticket," at the corner bar...


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Here's another version that I enjoy.

Read about it before listening:

Eugene Chadbourne - Georgia In A Jug (buy)

1 comments:

Annie said...

You really outdid yourself on this one. I got a little choked up - and, it's way to early in the morning for that! Great Job!