· "A Six Pack To Go" performed by Leon Russell, from the LP, "Hank Wilson's Back!" RECOMMEND USING A DESIGNATED DRIVER while drinking along with this song.
· A Six Pack to Go is a classic by any country music standard: It is full of honky tonk songs, heartbreak songs, a couple of polkas, and a few Western swing tunes to boot. With all of the songs centering around drinking -- the title track, "Drunkard's Blues," "Hangover Heart," the Bob Wills / Tommy Duncan classic "Bubbles in My Beer," "Honky Tonk Town," and the downright depressing "Hangover 9/10(26).
“A six pack to go”, a song written by Dick Hart, Johnny Lowe and Hank Thompson, was first recorded by Hank Thompson And The Brazos Valley Boys for the Capitol label on Decem, at Capitol Recording Studio, North Vine St., Hollywood, CA, in the same recording session, three other songs were also recorded: “Take a look at this broken heart of mine”, “She's a girl without any sweetheart” .
Six Pack to Go Lyrics: Hey, Mister Bartender / Please don't be so slow / I got time for one more round / And a six pack to go / Tomorrow mornin's Sunday / I'm gonna be feelin' low / So please.
Six Pack to Go recorded by Hank Thompson written by Hank Thompson, Johnny Lowe, Dick Hart C F C Hey Mr Bartender please don't be so slow A7 D7 G7 I've got time for one more round and a six pack to go C F C.
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