If you're gonna have a great drinkin' song, you better have an outlaw sing it. Littlefield, Texas native Waylon Jennings, who was a founding member of the "outlaw" movement in country music, could sing a song about drinkin's and barrooms with the best of them.

 

In 1985, Waylon, along with Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, and Johnny Cash, had just hit Number One with the song on Columbia Records called "Highwayman".

That same year, Waylon released the album "Turn The Page" on his home label RCA. The record company released the song "Drinkin' and Dreamin'. It went all the way to #2 on the country music charts.

So pop a top and drink and dream with Waylon.