C I've had fame and fortune, F Women come knock on my door. G I've lived to the limit, C And maybe a little bit more. There are so many stories, F Of how I got out of control. G Some say it's a women, C Some say it's my troubled soul. F I'm like a crazy old soldier, C Fightin a war on my own. G Just me and the whiskey, C And the bottles are ten-thousand strong. F You'd think I'd give up, C As many times as I've been hit. G But like a crazy old soldier, C I just don't know when to quit. C Barrooms and bedrooms, F are just faces and places and names. G One's for the pleasure, C And lord knows what's for the pain. I've tried to forget her, F And all of the things that we've done. G But as long as there's memories, C I'll never hang up my gun. Sing Chorus G Like a crazy old soldier, C I just don't know when to quit.