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  1. " Drinkin' My Baby (Off My Mind) " is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Eddie Rabbitt along with Even Stevens. It was released in February as the first single from the album Rocky Mountain Music. The song was Rabbitt's fourth country hit and the first of fifteen solo number one country moisleephapporecarousjingbehensimi.coinfo: 7".
  2. drinkinâ my baby off of my mind eddy rabbitt (g)hey bartender (d)pop the top on another can(g) give me ten dimes for this (d)dollar in my (g)hand turn the knob on the jukebox (g7) way up loud(c) i might drive out (am) the whole damned crowd but(g) i'm drinkin' my baby (d) off of my mind(g) hey joe you're lookin' at me like i was half crazy but ain't you never loved and lost a real special.
  3. Hey, bartender Pop the top on another can Gimme ten dimes for this dollar in my hand Turn the knob on the jukebox way up loud I might drive out the whole damn crowd But I'm drinkin' my baby off my mind Hey, Joe You're lookin' at me like I was half crazy But ain'tcha never loved and lost A real special lady? She was a sweet lovin' mamma She treated me right I stepped out on her one too many.
  4. Ronnie Milsap scored a country No. 1 with Rabbitt's "Pure Love" in , and Rabbitt had some minor country hits ("Two Dollars in the Jukebox," "Drinkin' My Baby off My Mind"), but he didn't.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for #1's - Eddie Rabbitt on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for #1's - Eddie Rabbitt on AllMusic - Drinkin' My Baby (Off My Mind) Eddie Rabbitt / Even Stevens. Eddie Rabbitt. Amazon: The Best Year of My Life. Eddie.
  6. Drinkin My Baby (Off My Mind) lyrics - Eddie Rabbitt Hey, Bartender pop the top on another can Give me ten dimes for this dollar in my hand Turn the knob on the jukebox way up loud I might drive out the whole damn crowd But I'm drinking my baby off my mind Hey, Joe you're lookin' at me like I was half crazy But ain't you never.
  7. One of country music's most innovative artists during the late '70s and early '80s, Eddie Rabbitt has made contributions to the format that have often gone overlooked. Especially in songs like the R&B-inflected "Suspicions" and the rockin' "Someone Could Lose a Heart Tonight," Rabbitt challenged the commonly recognized creative boundaries of the idiom.

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