Who wrote double bogey blues

First I pull out my driver, check my stance and grip I'm trying to remember every Nicklaus tip Straighten that left elbow, slightly bend your knees Keep that ball behind you, and look out for those trees.

Double Bogey Blues It's early Sunday morning, the sun is coming up I'm on the tee at seven, I'm here to try my luck They say this games a tough one, but I'll give it my best shot Cuz the bunkers look like beaches and the greens like parking lots Oh lord....

You must enable javascript to view this page. Start a Wiki. Y'know I'm lost out in the forest Save me from those double bogey blues Well, I started out with three balls, now two of them are lost Got two hundred yards of water that I got to get across If I hear somebody talking 'bout a forty dollar bet I got thirty in my pocket, but I won't let 'em see me sweat Oh Lord, the next Bud's for you Help me with this three wood Save me from those double bogey blues Well, I'm on the eighteenth in seven, my knees begin to shake I'm praying I can one putt, try to save an eight It's a forty dollar Nassau, if I sink this, I'm a lock I'll be sitting in the clubhouse, sipping bourbon on the rocks Oh Lord, what am I gonna do?

who wrote double bogey blues

Written by: Help me keep my head down Save me from those double bogey blues First, I pull out my driver, I check my stance and grip I'm trying to remember every single Nicklaus tip Straighten that left elbow, slightly bend your knees Keep your head behind the ball and look out for those trees Oh Lord, what club should I choose?

It's early Sunday morning, the sun is coming up I'm on the tee at seven, I'm here to try my luck They say this games a tough one, but I'll give it my best shot Cuz the bunkers look like beaches and the greens like parking lots.

Double Bogey Blues lyrics

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who wrote double bogey blues

Help me keep my head down Save me from those double bogey blues Oh oh oh oh Lord, I can't afford to lose Y'know I'll be in church next Sunday Save me from those double bogey blues. Well I started out with three balls, now two of them are lost Got two hundred yards of water that I gotta get across Did I hear somebody talking about a Forty dollar bet I got Thirty in my pocket, but I won't let em' see me sweat.

Double Bogey Blues

Join us. This song is by Mickey Jones and appears on the movie soundtrack Tin Cup 1996.

who wrote double bogey blues

Add new song. Hype Machine: All lyrics are property and copyright of their owners. Translate interface: Tin Cup. Well I'm on the eighteenth and seven, my knees began to shake I'm praying I can one putt, try to save an eight It's a forty dollar nassau, if I sink this I'm in lock I'll be sitting in the club house, sippin' bourbon on the rocks.

who wrote double bogey blues

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who wrote double bogey blues

Oh Lord.... Oh oh oh Lord.... It's early Sunday morning, the sun is coming up I'm on the tee at seven, I'm here to try my luck They say this game's a tough one, but I'll give it my best shot Though the bunkers look like beaches and the greens like parking lots Oh Lord, what am I gonna do? Retrieved from " http: