Monday, May 21, 2007

Top 100 Drinking Songs

Presented below is the Big Rock Candy Mountain/Barstool Mountain Top 100 Drinking Songs list in all it's full, uninterrupted glory.

We'll fix this up in a spiffier fashion, and possibly a more easily save able manner, as time goes by. For now, this should provide you with a fuller view of how the list turned out.

This is now the official home of the Top 100 list, and we'll be getting up full posts (With MP3's!!!!) on both the Top 100 list, any other drinking songs that strike our fancy, and anything drinking song oriented our guest posters want to cover.

Look for our first post this Friday.

Here it is.

The Big Rock Candy Mountain/Barstool Mountain Top 100 Drinking Songs

1. One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer - Amos Milburn
2. Don't Come Home A Drinkin'(With Lovin' On Your Mind) - Loretta Lynn
3. Whiskey In the Jar - Traditional
4. Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee - Various
5. White Lightnin'- George Jones
6. Don't Take My Whiskey Away From Me - Wynonie Harris
7. Quiet Whiskey - Wynonie Harris
8. Streams of Whiskey - Pogues
9. There Stands the Glass - Webb Pierce
10. The Piano Has Been Drinking(Not Me) - Tom Waits
11. Little Ole Wine Drinker Me - Dean Martin
12. Chug A Lug - Roger Miller
13. Here Comes A Regular - The Replacements
14. Barstool Mountain - Johnny Paycheck/Moe Bandy
15. The Bottle - Gil Scott Heron
16. One More For My Baby(And One More For the Road) - Frank Sinatra
17. There's A Tear in My Beer - Hank Williams
18. I Gotta Get Drunk - Willie Nelson
19. What's the Use of Getting Sober (When You're Gonna Get Drunk Again)- Louis Jordan
20. I Aint Drunk - Jimmy Liggins
21. Tequila - The Champs
22. Pass The Booze - Ernest Tubb
23. Bloodshot Eyes - Wynonie Harris
24. What's Made Milwaukee Famous(Has Made A Loser Out Of Me) - Jerry Lee Lewis
25. Bubbles In My Beer - Bob Wills
26. Intoxicated Man - Serge Gainsbourg
27. Rye Whiskey - Various/Tex Ritter
28. A Six Pack To Go - Hank Thompson
29. Gin and Juice - Snoop Dogg/The Gourds
30. Tonight the Bottle Let Me Down - Merle Haggard
31. Drunk - Jimmy Liggins
32. In Heaven There Is No Beer - Traditional
33. Cigareets and Whiskey and Wild Wild Women - Various/Buck Owens
34. Hey Bartender - Floyd Dixon
35. Gin House Blues - Nina Simone
36. Let Me Go Home Whiskey - Amos Milburn
37. Rhythm and Booze - Corky Jones(Buck Owens)
38. Who Drank My Beer (While I Was In the Rear) - Various/Dave Bartholomew
39. Whiskey You're the Devil - Traditional/Clancy Brothers
40. Bloody Mary Morning - Willie Nelson
41. If Drinking Don't Kill Me - George Jones
42. One Mint Julep - trad/sarah vaughan
43. Fifteen Beers - Johnny Paycheck
44. Sloppy Drunk - Jimmy Rogers
45. Sally MacLennane - Pogues
46. I Got Juiced - Jimmy McCracklin
47. I Like Beer - Tom T. Hall
48. Whiskey Do Your Stuff - Louis Jordan
49. Wine Women and Whiskey - Papa Lightfoot
50. Who Threw the Whiskey In The Well - Wynonie Harris
51. Swinging Doors - Merle Haggard
52. Let's Go Get Stoned - Ray Charles
53. On Tap, In The Can, Or In the Bottle - Hank Thompson
54. Wine Wine Wine - Floyd Dixon
55. Two Six Packs - Away Dave Dudley
56. Whiskey River - Willie Nelson
57. Mountain Dew - Trad
58. Bad Bad Whiskey - Amos Milburn
59. I Think I'll Just Stay Here And Drink - Merle Haggard
60. Misery and Gin - Merle Haggard
61. Pop A Top - Jim Ed Brown
62. Pabst Blue Ribbon - Untamed Youth
63. Roadhouse Blues - The Doors
64. Six Pack - Black Flag
65. She Said - Hazil Adkins
66. Whiskey Heaven - Fats Domino
67. Booze Party - Three Aces and A Joker
68. Give Me A Red Hot Mama and An Ice Cold Beer - Smiley Maxdon
69. The Whiskey Makes You Sweeter - Laura Cantrell
70. Day Drinkin' - Dave Dudley and Tom T. Hall
71. Margaritaville - Jimmy Buffet
72. Rum and Coke - Professor Longhair
73. When I'm Drinking - Champion Jack Dupree
74. Dim Lights, Thick Smoke And Loud Loud Music - Various/Vern Gosdin
75. She's Acting Single, I'm Drinking Doubles - Gary Stewart
76. Whiskey Bottle - Uncle Tupelo
77. I'm at Home Getting Hammered(While She's Out Getting Nailed) - Banjo and Sullivan
78. Jack Daniels If You Please - David Allen Coe
79. Gonna Drink Milwaukee - Dry Charlie Walker
80. Last Night - The Mar-Keys
81. Looped - Calvin Bose
82. My Baby Got Drunk - Paul "Wine" Jones
83. Good Old Mountain Dew - Grandpa Jones
84. Let's Get Drunk Again - Bo Carter
85. Hangover Tavern -Hank Thompson
86. One Shot - Mono Men
87. The King Is Gone - George Jones
88. I Got Loaded - Peppermint Harris
89. What A Way To Die - Pleasure Seekers
90. It Was The Whiskey Talkin' (Not Me) - Jerry Lee Lewis
91. Kiss Me I'm Shitfaced - Dropkick Murphys
92. Alligator Wine - Screaming Jay Hawkins
93. Wasted - Black Flag
94. Two More Bottles of Wine - Delbert McClinton
95. Little Streams of Whiskey(The Dying Hobo) - Traditional
96. The Wild Rover - Traditional
97. Blues Plus Booze - Stonewall Jackson
98. Stomp Them Grapes - Mel Tillis
99. Too Drunk to Fuck - Dead Kennedys
100. Green Beer - Scrawl

Friday, May 11, 2007

I Can't Go Home Like This


There's an mp3 further down.

This is the final installment of the vote-getters in Big Rock Candy Mountain's Top 100 Drinking Songs. But don't get a tear in yr beer quite yet.

Starting Monday we become the official home of the Top 100 list. We'll be posting about individual songs in the big list, and much, much more. Song samples (for evaluation purposes, of course) galore! We'll be covering all songs drinking, and we'll be your one-stop shop for all the boozy tunes you crave. We've got several guest posters lined up, and we encourage any of you to contribute. Any songs we've missed? Tell us about it. Great tunes that deserve more attention? Tell us about it.

We're aiming for two posts a week. Monday to help you recover, and Friday to get you ready for the weekend.

Pithy observations! Keen analysis! Swell rockin' tunes! Naked...well, probably no nudity.

We aim to please here at Barstool Mountain. Music for the people and by the people.

Come back Monday for our inaugural non-countdown post. I'm thinking we'll have a feller who's intials are M.E. to start us off. His band's initials are AMC, and he's created a besotted body of work over the last 20 years that would make the ocean proud.

Thanks for visiting.

276. Sangria Wine (Jerry Jeff Walker)
277. Whiskey 'n' Mama (ZZ Top)
278. I Can't Go Home Like This (Ray Price)
279. For You (Sid Starr)
280. Take Your Whiskey Home (Van Halen)
281. 99 Bottles Of Beer On The Wall (Traditional)
282. Red Necks, White Socks, and Blue Ribbon Beer (Johnny Russell)(mp3)
Pink Elephants On Parade (From the film Dumbo, perfectly covered by Sun Ra and His Arkestra)
284. Alcoholic Blues (Tampa Red)
285. The Girl Behind The Bar (Stanley Brothers)
286. Wine Don't Lie (Dale Watson)

Thursday, May 10, 2007

Two Beers Away

The reviews are in! Barstool Mountain is now the hottest topic at...erm...Robbie Fulks' message board? God bless referrer tracking, or I would have missed that fascinating discussion altogether. Apparently we've ruffled a few feathers over at the lonely hearts club. You know the comic book guy from The Simpsons? I bet he posts on message boards quite a bit. To be honest, I have no idea what they're talking about. Apparently something (a web site? a radio show? a series of live shows? it's hard to tell) existed at some point, somewhere, called Barstool Mountain, and they have the exlusive right to appreciate the song. I can't resist inserting a quote from the above-linked discussion:
"But of course, for us, the name Barstool Mountain means so very much more than that. Barstool Mountain is but a metaphor and I think we aim a little higher. He's raising a glass to Dino and the Rat Pack, and that's cute and fun, but we're reaching for something much more serious and profound. Barstool Mountain for us is the place of total enlightenment. The unachievable achievement, the unknowable known, the summit beyond all summits. It is the means for a spiritual end which goes far, far beyond the ephemeral buzz of a double martini, and into the realms of the eternal fountain of rapture, the nectar of the gods. The peak of forever."

I'm sure that was part of Moe Bandy's artist's statement.

Sounds like somebody needs a stiff drink. Methinks I smell bitter and nostalgic (stomped) grapes.

Faithful readers of both Mountains (our parent site, Big Rock Candy and Barstool), I would like to make a promise to you. We will never, ever, ever take ourselves that seriously here. We will never descend into some drippy naval-gazing assessment of the songs and music we like. Here at the Barstool, we're going to post about drinking songs. Drinking songs from all genres. Songs you can sing along to with your friends, songs you can raise a glass to during the wee small hours.

We would never wish to exclude anyone here at the 'Mountain. We're socialists at heart, and elitism, particularly when applied to the drinking song, is anathema to us. Which is why we strongly encourage each and every one of you to tell us what great songs we're missing. If you feel strongly enough, you can be a guest poster, or a regualar poster. We're opening up the tap here. Drinks are on the house, and anybody and everybody can have a voice. Leave a comment or email us at We'd even gladly welcome the folks from the Robbie Fulks Message Board to issue their rebuttal as to why we lack the abstract criteria to refer to ourselves as Barstool Mountain. I'll post it complete and unedited. I have a suspicion that they'll be too busy hiding in the safety of their cave.

For the record, the quote in the header above (the one about the popsicle) is a facetious quote attributed to the "cute" Dean Martin. And it's been a long while since we've been a "kid".

The Grappa portion of the supplement to Big Rock Candy Mountain's Top 100 Drinking Songs will appear tomorrow. Starting next week, we get rolling for real. More listage below.

Thanks for stopping by. You are as important as anyone else out there.

261. More Good Whiskey Blues (Peetie Wheatstraw)
262. Sunday Morning Coming Down (Johnny Cash)
263. You Drink Too Much (State Street Swingers)
264. Barroom Girls (Gillian Welch)
265. Boob Scotch (Bob Log III)(mp3)
266. They Left Me Holding The Bottle (Ray Pillow)
267. Devil In The Bottle (Vern Gosdin)
268. Spill The Wine (War)
269. Two Beers Away (Moe Bandy)
270. Drinking Too Much (Fred Eaglesmith)
271. Somebody Buy Me A Drink (Oscar Brown)
272. Beer Drinkin' Blues (Kaddie McAce)
273. Beer Drinkin' Daddy (Eddie Noack)
274. Drinkin' Wine (Gene Simmons)
275. Dirty Hangover Blues (W. Lee O'Daniel)

Wednesday, May 9, 2007

Atomic Cocktail

Hey ho, let's go.

We're almost towards the end of the supplement to Big Rock Candy Mountain's Top 100 Drinking Songs. Don't forget, come next week, the Top 100 will move to it's permanent home over here, and we'll feature full length posts on individual songs or artists that fit the mold.

'Til then, we'll continue counting up through the songs that didn't make the Top 100, but got votes. There are a couple of thousand of great songs we aint even scratched the surface of yet, so this should be fun. If you don't like what you see here, put your bottle where your mouth is. Tell us about your favorite drinking song.

I've finally found a place where I can take it
all this loneliness you left behind
On a mountain that's no hill for a climber
Just one step up, sit back and pour the wine

I climb up on barstool mountain
High above your world where there's no pain
And I'm the king of barstool mountain
Pretending I don't love you once again

At closing time I step down off the mountain
I'm strong enough to make it without you
I know that I'll be right back here tomorrow
Too weak to sober up and face the truth

I climb up on barstool mountain
High above your world where there's no pain
And I'm the king of barstool mountain
Pretending I don't love you once again

241. D-R-U-N-K (David Allen Coe)
242. Atomic Cocktail (Slim Gaillard)
243. Loser's Cocktail (Dick Curless)
244. Drinking Beer (Jimmy Witherspoon)
245. Beer Drinkin' Woman (Black Ace)
246. Tequila Sheila (Bobby Bare)
247. Bell Street Lightnin' (Blind Willie McTell)
248. Since I Started Drinking Again (Dwight Yoakem)
249. After Six (Lee Hazlewood)
250. Soft Lips and Hard Liquor (Charlie Walker)
251. I Feel A Drunk Coming On (Terry Anderson)
252. When I've Been Drinking (Jay McShann)
253. We're All Loaded (Rosco Gordon)
254. Bottle of Wine (Tom Paxton)
255. They Haven't Made A Drink(That Can Get Me Over You) (Moe Bandy)
256. I'm Drunk (Mojo Nixon)
257. You 'n' The Sack (Jimmy Reed)
258. Root Beer (Law Brothers)
259. Time To Switch To Whiskey (Corb Lund Band)
260. Drink, Drink, Drink (from the "Student Prince", composed by Sigmund Romberg)

Tuesday, May 8, 2007


And we keep going. The supplement to Big Rock Candy Mountain's Top 100 Drinking Songs.

We decided we needed a theme song here at Barstool Mountain. And a Patron Saint. The theme song was easy. Look at the title of the blog.

The Patron Saint, well, we had to think about it a bit. Winston Churchill leapt to mind initially. There were some obvious choices amongst the musicians: George Jones, Shane MacGowan, Merle Haggard, Tom Waits, Mark Eitzel, Johnny Paycheck, Wynonie Harris, etc. We thought about some actors: Richard Burton, Errol Flynn, W.C. Fields, Richard Harris, Oliver Reed. Authors seemed to be an easy target: James Joyce, William Faulkner, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Dylan Thomas, Jim Thompson, Frederick Exley. Hell, the list goes on.

We finally decided that we could ask for no better Patron than Saint Dino himself. Dean Martin was the essence of cool. While Frank raged and Sammy joked, Dean was as smooth as honey, the personification of the Space Age Bachelor Pad man of leisure. There are rumours that Dino preferred to sit in his hotel room and watch Westerns rather than cavort with the ladies. No matter. Folks have even gone so far as to suggest that there was apple juice in his tumbler and club soda in his martini glass. No matter. It's the persona that matters. And don't forget the voice. A lazy perfection of tossed-off devil-may-care delivery. We love Dean, and welcome his as the Patron Saint of Barstool Mountain.

Here's more of the list.

221. Guinness (Crawling Chaos)
222. Double Crossing Whiskey (Stick McGhee)
223. Bartender's Blues (Johnny Bond)
224. Corn Whiskey (Jimmy Witherspoon)
225. Drunk, That's All (Laverne Ray)
226. Gary's Song (American Music Club)
227. The Pub With No Beer (Traditional)
228. Must've Been Drunk (George Jones and Merle Haggard)
229. Straight Tequila Night (John Anderson)
230. Whiskey, Women, and Loaded Dice (Joe Liggins and the Honeydrippers)
231. Drink Up and Be Somebody (Merle Haggard)
232. Good Liquor Gonna Carry Me Down (Big Bill Broonzy)
233. Cold Gin (KISS)
234. Aged and Mellow Blues (Little Esther)
235. If I'm Gonna Sink (Johnny Paycheck)
236. Juiced (Billy Love)
237. Drunken Barrel House Blues (Memphis Minnie)
238. Beer For Breakfast (The Replacements)
239. Cherry Wine (Charlie Feathers)
240. Too Many Bubbles (Jay Chevalier)

Monday, May 7, 2007

Misery Loves Company

You don't have to go home, but you can't stay here.

Actually, that's not true. You can stay as long as you want. This tavern is always open.

Welcome back to week two of Barstool Mountain, the future home of The Big Rock Candy Mountain Top 100 Drinking Songs.

For now, for those of you who are stopping by for the first time, we're continuing our list of all the great songs that got votes for the Top 100, but didn't make the final cut. There's some swell tunes here (many of which I voted for in my ballot), and we're going to be covering most of these in more depth down the line.

As ever, if you've got a gripe that your favorite song didn't make this list or the Top 100, or if you've got a fave rave that you think everyone should know about, let us know. We're Barstool socialists here, and welcome all comers. We'll even offer you a whole post to rant.

Here ya go.

201. Tennessee Whiskey (George Jones)
202. All That Wine Is Gone (Big Jay McNeely)
203. Beer(So Nice) (JD and Evil's Dynamite Band)
204. She's Drunk Again (Lonnie Johnson)
205. Drinkin' Woman (Lightning Hopkins)
206. Summer Wine (Lee Hazlewood)
207. Here I Am Drunk Again (Webb Pierce)
208. Sure Had A Wonderful Time Last Night (Louis Jordan)
209. Blackberry Wine (Jack Newman)
210. Bar Exam (The Derailers)
211. Just One More (George Jones)
212. Sweet Tequila Blues (Chip Taylor and Carrie Rodriguez)
213. Alcohol and Jake Blues (Tommy Johnson)
214. Bartender (Ernest Tubb and Loretta Lynn)
215. Save Me The Label (Ted Newton)
216. Bartender's Blues (George Jones)
217. I'm Gonna Hire A Wino(To Decorate Our Home) (David Frizzell)
218. The Whiskey Aint Workin' Anymore (Marty Stuart)
219. Misery Loves Company (Porter Wagoner)
220. Let's Drink some Whiskey (Al Jackson)

Friday, May 4, 2007

Bottom Of The Bottle

Hey. We've just about reached the halfway point of our little shindig. Another week of counting down the stray dogs from The Big Rock Candy Mountain Top 100 Drinking Songs, and then we'll really dig in, with full posts and, ahem, "samples" of all things drinking.

Today's post belongs to Johnny Paycheck and Porter Wagoner.

Thanks for stopping by. If you don't like what you see, let us know! We'll give you a chance to let your opinion air out like longjohns on a clothesline.

181. The Pint Of No Return (Johnny Paycheck)
182. Crawlin' (The Clovers)
183. The Bottom Of The Bottle (Porter Wagoner)
184. Jose Cuervo (Shelly West)
185. Beer Bust Blues (Untamed Youth)
186. Bartender's Blues (Roy Milton)
187. Every Time I Get To Drinking (Sunnyland Slim)
188. Sorrow On The Rocks (Porter Wagoner)
189. Drinkin' My Blues Away (Tampa Red)
190. Drinkin' CV Wine (Howlin' Wolf)
191. One More Bottle To Drink (Billy Childish)
192. Who Stole The Keeshka (Traditional)
193. Sick Sober And Sorry (Lefty Frizzell)
194. Colorado Cool Aid (Johnny Paycheck)
195. Brain Cloudy Blues (Bob Wills)
196. I Was Drunk (Alejandro Escoveda)
197. My Bucket Got A Hole In It (Hank Williams)
198. Drinking About My Baby (The Damned)
199. New Drink For The Old Drunk (Crooked Fingers)
200. Rum Cola Blues (Champion Jack Dupree)

Thursday, May 3, 2007

Two Glasses, Joe

Not feeling particularly chatty this time. I'll let the list and songs speak for themselves.

The goal here is to write an individual post for each and every tune. From this list, the Top 100 currently counting down at Big Rock Candy Mountain, and any great drinking songs we missed that you think we should cover. Your suggestions are always welcome. We've already got one brave soul who's come forward with an offer to write some posts. You too can participate. We're a friendly neighborhood bar here.

If you're just stopping by and have no idea what the hell we're talking about, scroll down a bit.

I'll shut up now. I've got a bottle of Scotch and some friends waiting. And you're here for the free tunes anyway, not to read me pattering on.

Thanks for stopping by. Stop back for more fun. We aim to please.

161. Losers, Boozers and Heroes (fIREHOSE)
162. I Buy The Wine (Lefty Frizzell)
163. Rot (Scrawl)
164. Mad Dog 20/20 (Jack O and the Tearjerkers)
165. Vicious Vicious Vodka (Amos Milburn)
166. I Drink (Mary Gauthier)
167. Baby I'm Drunk (Reverend Horton Heat)
168. Mean Ole Bartender Blues (Lee Melson)
169. Fifteen Years Ago (Conway Twitty)
170. Last Call For Alcohol (Charlie Walker)
171. Alcohol and Pills (Fred Eaglesmith)
172. Baptize Me In Wine (Screamin' Jay Hawkins)
173. Drunken Hearted Man (Robert Johnson)
174. Set 'Em Joe and Play Walking the Floor (Vern Gosdin)
175. Set Up Two Glasses Joe (Ernest Tubb)
176. Barstool Blues (Neil Young)
177. Someday I'll Sober Up (Johnny Russell)
178. I Let A Stranger Buy The Wine (Kay Adams)
179. Everybody Got Hammered (Joe Ely)
180. Snortin' Whiskey, Drinkin' Cocaine (Pat Travers)

Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Just One Step Up, Sit Back , And Pour The Wine

Welcome back. Hitch yrself up on the stool, and we'll draw you a pull. We appreciate you stopping by.

We're still in a holding pattern of sorts 'round here, waiting for Big Rock Candy Mountain to run it's course on it's Top 100 Drinking Songs list. That's ok, though, cuz we're kind of enjoying counting up through the extra vote-getters. Rumour has it that some of ya'll are enjoying this more than the main list. To that I'd say thank, and be patient. I think as the the Top 100 shakes out, you'll be mighty pleased. If not, well put your voice in the mix, and tell us what you think are the greatest drinking songs. Submissions are more than welcome. We're gonna turn this site into a veritable Bartender's Guide of great drinking songs, lost and found. The club is open.

141. Finnegan's Wake (traditional)
142. No More Alcohol (Jimmy Liggins)
143. Sittin' and Thinkin' (Charlie Rich)
144. The Lord Knows I'm Drinking (Cal Smith)
145. Barlight (Charlie Robison)
146. Happy Hour (Housemartins)
147. D.R.I.N.K. (The Jazz Butcher)
148. Sin Will Be The Chaser For The Wine (Lefty Frizzell)
149. They Call It Beer (Untamed Youth)
150. Champagne Charlie (Leon Redbone)
151. Friends In Low Places (Garth Brooks)
152. My Old Drunk Friend (Freakwater)
153. Hey Brother Pour The Wine (Dean Martin)
154. Honky Tonkin' (Hank Williams)
155. From The Bottle To The Bottom (Kris Kristofferson)
156. Wine Woogie (Marvin and Johnny)
157. Drinking Again (Frank Sinatra)
158. White Lightning Cherokee (Onie Wheeler)
159. Jake Walk Blues (Allen Brothers)
160. Feeling Single Seeing Double (Emmylou Harris)

Tuesday, May 1, 2007

As Good As You're Going To Feel All Day

Hey! Are you out there? There are mp3's here!

Ah, I'm just foolin' with you. Of course there are mp3's here. This is an mp3 site. A drinkin' songs mp3 site. If you've stumbled here by accident, please check the previous post to see what the hell this is all about. Or you can check out Big Rock Candy Mountain for the full skinny.

This is the dumping ground for the Big Rock Candy Mountain Top 100 Drinking Songs. Sure enough.

Got a favorite drinking song we didn't include? Now's your chance to make a splash. Leave a comment or email me at to get your chance to post your very own top favorite drinking song. It's as easy as typing out a few keys on your computer. I'm all about the populist/socialist take on music. Your Voice Matters! I'll even host the song on my sever!'ll have to wait a couple of weeks, while we work through the bottom end of vote-getters that didn't make the Top 100. But there's free songs below!!!! Free!!! Egad, I'm just trying to generate some interest in a genre that's endagered based on the increasingly puritancal and heavy-handed purview of Those That Know Better, And Want You To Conform To Ways And Norms Of Contemporary Proper Society.

Ah, but I kid our abstaining friends. God bless 'em. As Frank Sinatra once said: "I feel sorry for people who don't drink. When they wake up in the morning, that's as good as they're going to feel all day."

For now, please enjoy #'s 121-140 of The Top 100 Drinking Songs, courtesy of Big Rock Candy Mountain.

121. The Night Life (Ray Price)
122. Don't All The Girls Get Prettier At Closing Time (Mickey Gilley) (mp3)
123. Lightning Bar Blues (Hoyt Axton/Arlo Guthrie)
124. Drinkin' Thing (Gary Stewart)
125. Gonna Get Tight (The Sunshine Boys)
126. Wino (Kid Tanner)
127. The Intoxicated Rat (Dixon Brothers)
128. Whiskey Women (Flamin' Groovies)
129. When I'm Drinkin' (J.B. Lenoir)
130. Scotchin' With The Soda (Nat King Cole)
131. I Got Drunk (Uncle Tupelo)
132. I'm Gonna Tie One On Tonight (The Wilburn Brothers)
133. Champagne and Wine (Otis Redding)
134. 80 Proof Bottle of Tear Stopper (George Strait)
135. Tiny Bubbles (Don Ho)
136. Strawberry Wine (Deanna Carter)
137. Pink Elephants (Wally Willette)
138. Georgia In A Jug (Johnny Paycheck)
139. Flat Top Beer (Buddy Meredich)
140. Take Me To The Hotel, Johanna (The Cananes)