I'll Never Get Drunk Any More (I)

DESCRIPTION: "When I go out on Sunday, what pleasure do I see? For the girl I loved so dearly Has gone square back on me." "I'll never get drunk any more, any more... I'll lay my head on the barroom floor." The singer laments how drink has ruined him
AUTHOR: unknown
EARLIEST DATE: 1920 (Brown)
KEYWORDS: drink abandonment nonballad
FOUND IN: US(SE)
REFERENCES (2 citations):
BrownIII 36, "I'll Never Get Drunk Any More" (4 texts, all somewhat mixed; the "A" text is cited above, and the "B" text is probably from the same family; "C" and "D" are "Oh, Once I Had a Fortune")
BrownSchinhanV36, "I'll Never Get Drunk Any More" (1 text plus an excerpt)

Roud #4625
File: Br3036

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