1) The first one should be pretty easy for long-time C&W listeners even though I couldn't turn it up in a Google search. The singer is a woman whose husband goes drinking in bars every night. She figures out how she can make money if she serves him drinks at home and charges the same as the bar. The lyrics actually do the math. How much a bottle of whisky costs, how much whisky it holds, how much the man is charged per drink at the bar, how much profit is made on each bottle, and finally, how long it will take her to earn the amount she needs to leave him. Clever scheme, clever lyrics.
2) This one may be impossible; it's about a song I didn't hear myself. Way, way back in the early 1960s, my 'rents came home laughing their as-heads off. They had heard a song on the car radio that had lyrics that went something like, "When you're not with me, I can't see you," and "If you're not here you must be somewhere else." If you can get this then you are the greatest country music fan - and also old.