Kevin Reardon
TWELVE BAR BLUES
By: Kevin Reardon
Catalog ID: 532407   Duration: 3:33   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 96   Vocal: Male Vocals
Genre: Blues Music | Country Blues
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Quirky, Fun, and Bluesy Country-Rock/Country-Blues Song feat. male vocals. This cowboy cant drink his blues away, but he's tryin hard stopping at every bar in town....   Keywords: bar tender singing the blues guitar friend baby drinking alcohol tavern dancing drunk party festive radio



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TWELVE BAR BLUES - (by Kevin Reardon)  Year: 2010
Kevin Reardon Quirky, Fun, and Bluesy Country-Rock/Country-Blues Song feat. male vocals. This cowboy cant drink his blues away, but he's tryin hard stopping at every bar in town.... Male Vocals, Blues, Country Blues
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Full Track - Blues, Country Blues
532407 3:33 Med Slow 96   
Variation - Blues, Country Blues
605698 3:33 Med Slow 96   




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Keywords: half-past two o’clock couldn’t get past front door changed the lock over me we were through missed the signals didn’t catch the clues corner bar Dudley’s Cruise-On Inn One-Eyed Jack’s do a round shots Marine Texas Rose Café KT’s Miz Newbies walking off my heartache wearing out my shoes somebody help wrong White Horse Long Horn Johnny’s Hideaway cowboy hats tiki lamps strange day Elks’ Club Moose Lodge VFW Hall All Night Lanes last call Claremont place choose Quirky country blues song about a guy who lost his girlfriend and takes his friend's advice to drown his sorrows in the 12 Bar Blues but misunderstands and goes out to drink his sorrows in 12 taverns Great fit for any southern light-hearted break-up scenes Bar names are geographic dependent commercial narrative cue drama romance indie blues pop

Lyrics:
Verse:
I came in from being out … till half-past two o’clock;
Couldn’t get past the front door ‘cause my baby changed the lock.
She said that she was over me; she said that we were through,
I guess I missed the signals; I didn’t catch the clues,
Then my friend gave me his guitar … said there’s only one thing to do
Pour my sorrows out in the 12 bar blues … 

So, I’m starting on the corner - down at Dudley’s Cruise-On Inn;
Then I’m moving on to One-Eyed Jack’s - do a round with all my friends;
Have some shots with this Marine - at the Texas Rose Café;
Now I’ve made my way to K.T.’s, - and Miz Newbies by the bay
I’m walking off my heartache and wearing out my shoes…
So far its five bars later … but I still have the blues …

Chorus:
Won’t somebody help me (somebody help me) 
Tell me what I’m doing wrong (what I’m doing wrong) 
I’ve been working on these 12 bars … the way they told me to
But I ain’t feeling any better … and she’s still gone … she’s gone

Verse:
I hit the White Horse, the Long Horn - and Johnny’s Hideaway;
Cowboy hats and tiki lamps – it’s been a long, strange day…
The Elks’ Club, the Moose Lodge - the VFW Hall;
Then I struck out at the All Night Lanes when I missed the last call.
Settled for the Claremont … not a place I’d usually choose…
But now its 12 bars later and I… still have the blues…

Chorus:
Won’t somebody help me (somebody help me) 
Tell me what I’m doing wrong (what I’m doing wrong) 
I’ve been working on these 12 bars … the way they told me to
But I ain’t feeling any better … and she’s still gone

Won’t somebody help me (somebody help me) 
Tell me what I’m doing wrong (what I’m doing wrong) 
I’ve been working on these 12 bars … the way they told me to
But I ain’t feeling any better … and she’s still gone

(spoken) Say, what’d my buddy give me his dang guitar for anyway?
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