Clint Black

Longnecks ain't nothin' without rednecks
It takes more than a cowboy hat
to really make them cool
And rednecks ain't nothin' without longnecks
That's why we all feel ten feet tall
sittin' on a stool

Now a bottle is what drinkin' was made for
It doesn't take some suds to make that clear
You won't find Martinis on the dance floor
But I can do the two-step drinkin' beer


Cheryl Marsh

Champagne costs too much,
Whiskey’s too rough,
Vodka puts big mouths in gear.
This little refrain
Should help to explain
Why it’s better to order a beer!


Paul Curtis

At the pub in the good old days
You could save a penny or two
By selecting the cheaper option
A pint of half and half would do
But in order to save your pennies
The desperate price you had to pay
Was that half came out of the pump
The rest came from the drip tray


Michael Collings

Here’s to women’s kisses,
and to whiskey, amber clear;
not as sweet as a woman’s kiss,
but a damn sight more sincere.


William Aytoun

Ah, liberty! how like thou art
To this large bottle lying here,
Which yesterday from foreign mart,
Came filled with potent English beer!

A touch of steel — a hand — a gush —
A pop that sounded far and near —
A wild emotion — liquid rush —
And I had drunk that English beer!

And what remains? — An empty shell!
A lifeless form both sad and queer,
A temple where no god doth dwell —
The simple memory of beer!

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