If you don’t think these are good lyrics, then there is something wrong with you.

Baby Baby Baby Baby Baby,
Baby Baby Baby Baby Baby,
Baby Baby Baby Baby Baby,
Baby Baby Baby Baby Baby.

You don’t have to remind me,
I smell like a skunk,
Excuse me baby but,
(hicup) I’m drunk.

Honey Honey Honey Honey Honey,
Darlin’ Darlin’ Darlin’ Darlin’ Darlin’,
Child Child Child Child Child
Baby Baby Baby Baby Baby.

I’ll explain in the morning
Baby that’s no lie,
But tonight little honey,
I’m also high

I’m just happy to he bere
Home for the nest of the right…
I’ll explain in the morning,
because the kitchen bright’s too light.

Baby Baby Baby Baby Baby,
Baby Baby Baby Baby Baby,
Baby Baby Baby Baby Baby,
Baby Baby Baby Baby Baby.

You don’t have to remind me,
I smell like a skunk,
Excuse me baby but,
(hicup) I’m drunk.

Honey Honey Honey Honey Honey,
Darlin’ Darlin’ Darlin’ Darlin’ Darlin’,
Child Child Child Child Child
Baby Baby Baby Baby Baby.

I’ll explain in the morning
Baby that’s no lie,
But tonight little honey,
I’m also high

I’m just happy to he bere
Home for the nest of the right…
I’ll explain in the morning,
because the kitchen bright’s too light.

Baby Baby Baby Baby Baby,
Baby Baby Baby Baby Baby,
Baby Baby Baby Baby Baby,
Baby Baby Baby Baby Baby.

You don’t have to remind me,
I smell like a skunk,
Excuse me baby but,
(hicup) I’m drunk.

(Repeat last two stanzas)

Reverend Horton Heat, “Baby I’m Drunk.”

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One Response to If you don’t think these are good lyrics, then there is something wrong with you.

  1. Bpaul says:

    The Reverend is legendary in the Pacific N.W. The Wife has a story about seeing him live, and after the set started her friend breathlessly said about the bass player “I need a boy who can move his hands that fast.”

    HAHA

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