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"Two Boys from Creagerstown" Lyrics

Neal Coty

Albert, you were crazy
But I liked you anyway
Remember back in high school
We were drunk 'most every day

Drink down by the reservoir
Drive through town and drank some more
'Til we took out Miss Young's front porch
In my old Chevrolet

You thought you were a rich boy
In that big house on the hill
Where we drank your daddy's whiskey
And stole your mama's pills

We were young and stupid
In that summer of eighty-four
Come fall, I left with half my mind
For college up in Baltimore

Albert, we don't have to talk about it now
Tonight we're just two boys from Creagerstown
Come this time tomorrow you will lay your burdens down
Tonight we're just two boys from Creagerstown

I remember that December the Charlotte County paper read
State's attorney has a witness and overwhelming evidence
And I just stood there staring, you know I could not put it down
Right there on the front page was a boy from my home town

Albert, we don't have to talk about it now
Tonight we're just two boys from Creagerstown
Come this time tomorrow you will lay your burdens down
Tonight we're just two boys from Creagerstown

I guess some things are not for us to understand
Wish you could break those chains
So I could shake your hand

Albert, we don't have to talk about it now
Tonight we're just two boys from Creagerstown
Come this time tomorrow you will lay your burdens down
Tonight we're just two boys from Creagerstown
This song was submitted on September 28th, 2016.
Copyright with Lyrics © COLTON ENTERTAINMENT LLC, HORI PRO ENTERTAINMENT GROUP.
Written by NEAL LEE COTY, RANDALL EDWIN VAN WARMER.
Lyrics licensed by LyricFind.

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