GEORGE STRAIT


If The Whole World Was A Honky Tonk Lyrics

If the whole world was a honky-tonk,
And it revolved around an old jukebox,
We'd tell our troubles to the Bar,
Over cryin' steel guitars,
And soon, they'd all be gone.
Yeah, if you asked me what I thought,
I'd say: "We'd be better off,
"If the whole world was a honky-tonk."

You could smoke that cigarette,
An' be politically incorrect.
Show off that red 'round your neck...
Not hear a single soul object.
Wouldn't need no lawyers to decide,
Who is wrong and who is right.
No need for big expensive trials...
Brother, we'd just step outside.

If the whole world was a honky-tonk,
And it revolved around an old jukebox,
We'd tell our troubles to the Bar,
Over cryin' steel guitars,
And soon, they'd all be gone.
Yeah, if you asked me what I thought,
I'd say: "We'd be better off,
"If the whole world was a honky-tonk."

Wouldn't have to pay no tax...
Just set a tip jar in the back.
If we ran low, we'd pass the hat...
I bet we'd all be in the black,
If the whole world was a honky-tonk.

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And if you're lookin' love...
Someone to heal that broken heart.
Hey, buddy, you'd be in half.
You wouldn't have to go that far.

If the whole world was a honky-tonk,
And it revolved around an old jukebox,
We'd tell our troubles to the Bar,
Over cryin' steel guitars,
And soon, they'd all be gone.
If you asked me what I thought,
I'd say: "We'd be better off,
"If the whole world was a honky-tonk."

Life would be a three-chord song,
And the king would be George Jones,
If the whole world was a honky-tonk.

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Songwriter(s): Wade Allen Kirby
Copyright: Songs Of Southside Independent Music Publishi, WB Music Corp.
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