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Dial Drunk Lyrics Noah Kahan & Post Malone

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Dial Drunk Lyrics Noah Kahan & Post Malone

Dial Drunk Lyrics Noah Kahan & Post Malone

[Verse 1: Noah Kahan]
I'm rememberin' I promised to forget you now
But it's rainin' and I'm callin' drunk
And my medicine is drownin' your perspective out
So I ain't takin' any fault
Am I honest still? Am I half the man I used to be?
I doubt it, forget about it, whatever
And the dial tone is all I have

[Chorus: Noah Kahan & Post Malone]
I ain't proud of all the punches that I've thrown
In the name of someone I no longer know
For the shame of being young, drunk, and alone
Traffic lights and a transmitter radio
I don't like that when they threw me in the car
I gave your name as my emеrgency phone call
Honey, it rang and rang, еven the cops thought you were wrong for hanging up
I dial drunk, I'll die a drunk, I'll die for you
I'll die

[Verse 2: Post Malone, Noah Kahan & Post Malone]
Drinks pourin', couldn't stop it
Turn another slow dance into a mosh pit
Tuck my head, then I heard the lock, and
Told them that my first car was a Crown Vic
Talkin' 'bout last time I was in the back of a cop car, I fell in love
And my face on the cold window, try to sober back up and loosen my cuffs
And it's all the same anyway

[Chorus: Noah Kahan & Post Malone, Post Malone]
Mm, I ain't proud of all the punches that I've thrown
In the name of someone I no longer know
For the shame of being young, drunk, and alone
Traffic lights and a transmitter radio
I don't like that when they threw me in the car
I gave your name as my emergency phone call
Honey, it rang and rang, even the cops thought you were wrong for hanging up
I dial drunk, I'll die a drunk, I'd die for you
Well, I'd die for you

[Bridge: Noah Kahan, Post Malone, Noah Kahan & Post Malone]
I beg you, sir, just let me call
I'll give you my blood alcohol
I'll rot with all the burnouts in the cell
I'll change my faith, I'll praise the flag
Just wait, I swear she'll call me back
"Oh, son, are you a danger to yourself?"
Fuck that, sir, just let me call
I'll give you my blood alcohol (Ooh)
I'll rot with all the burnouts in the cell
I'll change my faith, I'll kiss the badge
Just wait, I swear she'll call me back (Ooh)
"Son, why do you do this to yourself?"

[Chorus: Noah Kahan & Post Malone, Post Malone, Noah Kahan]
And I said, "I ain't proud of all the punches that I've thrown, ah
In the name of someone I no longer know" (I no longer know)
For the shame of being young, drunk, and alone
Traffic lights and a transmitter radio, ah
I don't like that when they threw me in the car
I gave your name as my emergency phone call
Honey, it rang and rang, even the cops thought you were wrong for hanging up
I dial drunk, I'll die a drunk, I'd die for you

Video Of Dial Drunk Song

Song Credit:–

Song:– Dial Drunk
Singer:– Noah Kahan & Post Malone
Producer:– Gabe Simon & Noah Kahan
Written:– Noah Kahan, Noah In The Open & Post Malone
Label:– Universal Music Group
Vocals:– Noah Kahan & Post Malone
Released:– July 13, 2023

About Noah Kahan:–

Noah Kahan is an American singer-songwriter known for his heartfelt and introspective music. He was born on January 1, 1997, in Strafford, Vermont, USA. Kahan gained popularity with his unique blend of folk and pop influences, coupled with his emotive and soulful vocals.

Noah Kahan started writing songs at a young age and gained local recognition while still in high school. In 2015, he self-released his debut single, "Young Blood," which garnered attention and helped him build a following. He continued to release singles and EPs, which further solidified his position in the indie music scene.

One of Kahan's breakthrough songs was "Hurt Somebody," a collaboration with Australian singer Julia Michaels, which was released in 2018. The song received significant radio airplay and became an international hit, bringing Noah Kahan into the spotlight on a global scale.

In 2019, Noah released his debut studio album, "Busyhead," which included some of his previously released singles as well as new material. The album received positive reviews and showcased his talent for writing deeply personal and relatable lyrics.

Noah Kahan's music often delves into themes of love, relationships, self-discovery, and the challenges of navigating life's ups and downs. His introspective and vulnerable approach to songwriting has resonated with many listeners, making him a favorite among fans of indie and folk-pop music.

About Post Malone:–

Post Malone, whose real name is Austin Richard Post, is an American singer, rapper, and songwriter. He was born on July 4, 1995, in Syracuse, New York, USA. Post Malone gained fame and recognition in the music industry with his unique blend of hip-hop, pop, and rock elements, which has often been described as "genre-blending."

His breakthrough came in 2015 with the release of his debut single "White Iverson," which quickly went viral and brought him widespread attention. Subsequently, he signed with a major record label, and in 2016, he released his debut studio album, "Stoney." The album was a commercial success and featured hit singles like "Congratulations" and "I Fall Apart."

In 2018, Post Malone released his second studio album, "beerbongs & bentleys," which solidified his status as one of the leading artists in the music industry. The album included chart-topping singles such as "Rockstar" featuring 21 Savage and "Psycho" featuring Ty Dolla Sign.

His third studio album, "Hollywood's Bleeding," arrived in 2019, featuring more hit songs like "Circles," "Goodbyes" featuring Young Thug, and "Sunflower" with Swae Lee, which was featured in the animated film "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse."

Post Malone is known for his distinct vocal style, which effortlessly moves between singing and rapping, as well as his ability to craft catchy hooks and melodies. His music often explores themes of love, heartbreak, partying, and self-expression, resonating with a wide audience.

Beyond his musical talents, Post Malone has also been praised for his down-to-earth personality and genuine interactions with fans. His success in the music industry and his unique approach to blending genres have made him one of the most influential and popular artists of his generation.