Be Careful Who You Love (arthur’s Song) Lyrics - Hank Williams, Jr.

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BE CAREFUL WHO YOU LOVE (ARTHUR’S SONG)
WRITER HARLAN HOWARD

The old guitar picker had run out of liquor
So I sat down beside him and bought him a drink
I bought him another and finally some color
Returned to his cheeks, and he said with a wink
Son, I worked for Red Foley, knew Hank and Old Lefty
I worked on the Opry back when I was strong
But in showbiz you know sometimes it gets slow
So you buy us another and I’ll sing you a song
Be careful who you love, for love can be untrue
Be careful who you love, be sure she loves you too





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