I liked it. Very down-to-earth and personal, yet very familar in a way.
"Got a quote tattoo on my back,
"Only God Can Judge Me."
A cross around my neck,
and a bad attitude.
God and me were sittin' there,
smokin', and sippin' whiskey.
He told me somethin',
somethin' that might change everything. "
These two stanzas really paint a vivid picture of a laidback person. I thought a bit about the quote "Only God Can Judge Me", and think it would might work better with "only God can judge Me". As in, with capitals on the people, to emphasize the fact that it's He and I, and no one else.
"Your not as strong as you think,"
Then he disapeared.
I was just sittin there, smokin and sippin' whiskey. "
I liked this stanza as well. It is easy to think oneself invincible sometimes, and it can do a ton of good to realize that one is not.
And just some grammar nitpicking:
"You're" rather than "Your", your is the possessive form of "you", as in, you own it. While "you're" is the contraction of "you are". And you missed a p in disappeared
"I never been a good girl,
always had somethin' to argue about.
got into trouble, everyday.
I never gave a damn.
Then I looked back on my life,
and realized something, something big.
"I need to change," I told myself.
Well I was sittin' there, smokin' and sippin' whiskey. "
I loved the ending, and it reminds me on my kid sister.
the word "everyday" as one word, means "ordinary" in the sense that it is common - it is then used as an adjective to describe a noun, whilst the word "every day" means literally, every day of a time period. So I would choose "every day" rather than "everyday"
My overall impression of this poem is that it flows very nicely, and is well written. I can relate to many parts of it and I look forward to reading more of your poems.