[Alan Jackson] The sun is hot and that old clock is movin' slow and so am I Work day passes like molasses in winter time, but it's July. Getting paid by the hour and older by the minute. My boss just pushed me over the limit. I could call him something, think I'll just call it a day.
[Chorus:] Pour me something 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
[Alan Jackson] This lunch break is gonna take all afternoon, half the night Tomorrow morning I know there'll be h-e-l-l to pay But hey that's all right I ain't had a day off now, in over a year My Jamaican vacation's gonna start right here If the phone's for me you can tell them I just sailed away
[Alan Jackson] I could pay off my tab, pour myself In a cab and be back to work before two. At a moment like this, I can't help But wonder what would Jimmy Buffett do.
[Jimmy Buffett] Funny you should ask Alan, I'd say Pour me something tall and strong Make it a hurricane before I go insane It's only half past twelve but I don't care.
[Chorus - Both Sing]
[Alan] But he don't care, I don't care.
[Jimmy] It's five o'clock somewhere.
[Dialog] Jimmy: What time zone am I on? What country am I in? Alan: It doesn't matter, it's five o'clock somewhere. Jimmy: It's always on time for Margarita ville. Come to think of it. Alan: I heard that. Jimmy: You've been there haven't ya? Alan: Yes sir! Jimmy: I've seen your boat there. Alan: I've been to Margarita ville a few times. Jimmy: Alright, that's good. Alan: Stumbled on my way back. Jimmy: Okay, well I just want to make sure you keep it between the navigational beacons. Alan: Ha ha ha! Keep it between the buoys. I got it! Jimmy: Alright, well it's five o'clock. Let's go somewhere. Alan: I'm ready. Crank it up! Jimmy: Let's get out of here. Alan: I'm gone!