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David Ball sings "Thinkin' Problem"

David Ball sings "Thinkin' Problem"

"Thinkin' Problem" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music singer David Ball. Ball co-wrote the song with Allen Shamblin and Stuart Ziff. It was released in March 1994 as the lead-off single and title track from his album Thinkin' Problem. The song reached number 2 on the Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) chart, and number 1 on Canada's RPM country chart.

"Thinkin' Problem" is a moderate up-tempo with electric guitar, pedal steel guitar, and fiddle flourishes. In it, the male narrator states that he has a "thinkin' problem" (meant as a play on the term "drinking problem") because he is constantly thinking about his former significant other despite numerous attempts to quit. The song begins with the famous phrase "Yes I admit, I've got a thinkin' problem", with the final syllable of the word "admit" drawn out.

David Ball - Thinkin' Problem Lyrics

 

Yes, I admit I've got a thinkin' problem

She's always on my mind

Her memory goes round and round

I've tried to quit a thousand times

Yes, I admit I've got a thinkin' problem

Fill the glass up to the top

I'll start with lovin' her

But I don't know when to stop

I wake up and right away

Her name is on my lips

Once the memories start to flow

I can't stop with just one sip

Yes, I admit I've got a thinkin' problem

She's always on my mind

Her memory goes round and round

I've tried to quit a thousand times

Yes, I admit I've got a thinkin' problem

Fill the glass up to the top

I'll start with lovin' her

But I don't know when to stop

I keep on remembering

How good it used to be

Gettin' stoned all alone

On my favorite memory

Yes, I admit I've got a thinkin' problem

She's always on my mind

Her memory goes round and round

I've tried to quit a thousand times

Yes, I admit I've got a thinkin' problem

Fill the glass up to the top

I'll start with lovin' her

But I don't know when to stop

I'll start with lovin' you

But I don't know when to stop


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