Still Doin' Time Lyrics - George Jones
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Has it been a year since the last time I've seen her my God I could swear it was ten
And the ocean of liquor I drank to forget her is gonna kill me but I'll drink till then
I've been livin' in hell with a bar for a cell still payin' for my cheatin' crime
And I got a long way to go still doin' time
Still doin' time in a honky tonk prison still doin' time where a man ain't forgiven
My poor heart is breakin' but there's no escapin'
Each morning I wake up and I find still doin' time
[ guitar + steel ]
When you're caught cheatin' twice it's twenty to life
In a place where the sun never shines
And tomorrow you're gonna find me right here still doin' time
Still doin' time in a honky tonk prison...
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Still Doin' Time Still Doin' Fine | Reviewer: Bud Norris | 4/30/13
George was at a low point in his life when he recorded this one, and the emotion comes through in his voice. An uncompromising tear-jerker as only The Possum could sing it. This is written less than a week after George's passing, and I'm sure his fans will agree with me that this is one of his top tens.
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