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lyrics

Today I was listening to my local country station
They played fifteen songs that mentioned Hank Williams
I listened to that country station all day long
I didn't hear one Hank Williams song

So where the Hell is all the Hank?
He's the King of country music for Christ sake
I'm getting fed up, I've had all that I can take
Where the Hell is all the Hank?

Now Easton Corbin he ain't more country than Hank Williams
I think he should be shot for claiming that he is*
Today's music is egregious
And if you talk to Bochephus
I bet he would ask you this

So where the Hell is all the Hank?
He's the King of country music for Christ sake
I'm getting fed up, I've had all that I can take
Where the Hell is all the Hank?

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from Lonesome, Stoned and Drunk, released November 25, 2015

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Whiskey Jeff and the Beer Back Band Minneapolis, Minnesota

From "The Legend of Whiskey Jeff" by Craig Drehmel:

Whiskey Jeff all the while has ambition only for his next drink, his next verse and whatever lies beyond the wide open stage door.

Sometimes you don’t know if you should be shedding tears or laughing over lost and found love and loneliness.

At least you know Jeff's been there, armed with a half a handle, a warm beer and yesterday's roach.
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