Alan Jackson “It’s Five O’ Clock Somewhere” ft. Jimmy Buffett Music Video and Lyrics

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Alan Jackson's "It's Five O' Clock Somewhere" featuring Jimmy Buffett is just one of those songs that instantly improves your mood.

Country music star Alan Jackson‘s “It’s Five O’ Clock Somewhere” featuring Jimmy Buffett was written by Jim Brown and Don Rollins. The tune was released in June 2003 as the lead single from Jackson’s 2003 compilation album Greatest Hits Volume II. The carefree collaboration hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart and number 17 on the US Hot 100, making it the biggest pop hit for Jackson. It also won the 2003 Country Music Association Award for ‘Vocal Event of the Year.’

Enjoy the official music video below!

 “It’s Five O’ Clock Somewhere” Lyrics

The sun is hot and that ol’ clock is movin’ slow and so am I
Workday passes like molasses in wintertime but it’s July
Gettin’ paid by the hour, older by the minute
My boss just pushed me over the limit
I’d like to call him somethin’ but think I’ll just call it a day
And pour me somethin’ tall and strong
Make it a hurricane before I go insane
It’s only half past twelve, but I don’t care
It’s five o’clock somewhere
This lunch break is gonna take all afternoon and half the night
Tomorrow morning I know there’ll be here to pay, hey, but that’s all right
I ain’t had a day off now in over a year
My Jamaican vacation is gonna start right here
If the phone’s for me you can tell ’em I’ve just sailed away
And pour me somethin’ tall and strong
Make it a hurricane before I go insane
It’s only half past twelve, but I don’t care
It’s five o’clock somewhere
I could pay off my tip
Pour myself in a cab and be back to work before 2
At a moment like this, I can’t help but wonder
What would Jimmy Buffett do?
I say, pour me somethin’ tall and strong
Make it a hurricane before I go insane
It’s only half past twelve, but I don’t care
Pour me somethin’ tall and strong
Make it a hurricane before I go insane
It’s only half past twelve, but I don’t care
He don’t care and I don’t care, it’s five o’clock somewhere

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