Kara Clark
THE BAND BARTENDER AND ME
By: Kara Clark
Catalog ID: 514221   Duration: 4:19   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 105   Vocal: Female Vocals
Genre: Country Music | Traditional Country
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traditional sounding country song with piano steel guitar female vocals tears in your beer song about a regular in a bar looking for love but always winding up going home alone   Keywords: songs about drinking night clubs bands musicians going out dancing loneliness bartender alcohol



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Lyrics:
The band bartender and me


I'VE LOST TRACK HOW MANY NIGHTS
I'VE SAT HERE ALMOST BY MYSELF
STARING AT THE BARTENDER, WHO LOOKS LIKE
HE'D RATHER BE ANYWHERE ELSE

THE CROWD CLEARS OUT LONG BEFORE
THE BAND PLAYS THEIR BEST SONG
I ALWAYS ASK THEM TO PLAY ONE MORE
SO I DON'T HAVE TO GO HOME

CHORUS

IT'S JUST ME AND THEM
CLOSING TIME AND DISAPPOINTMENT
THE MAN BEHIND THE BAR WHO COUNTS WHAT HE DIDN'T MAKE
AND THE BAND NOBODY APPRECIATES
ME, I'VE WAITED FOR YOU TO WALK IN
AND TAKE ME BACK BUT YOU NEVER DID
THEN WE ALL LEAVE
KNOWING TOMORROW IT'S GONNA BE
THE BAND, BARTENDER, AND ME

HE WIPES THE COUNTERS, CALLS ME A CAB
AND I WIPE AWAY MY TEARS
HE KNOWS I'LL BE SHORT ON MY TAB
BUT TOMORROW HE CAN FIND ME HERE

THE GUITAR PLAYER PACKS UP TO GO
HIS DREAM, IT WONT COME TRUE
AND I WALK OUT OF THIS BAR ALONE
WISHING I WAS WALKING OUT WITH YOU


CHORUS

IT'S JUST ME AND THEM
CLOSING TIME AND DISAPPOINTMENT
THE MAN BEHIND THE BAR WHO COUNTS WHAT HE DIDN'T MAKE
AND THE BAND NOBODY APPRECIATES
ME, I'VE WAITED FOR YOU TO WALK IN
AND TAKE ME BACK BUT YOU NEVER DID
THEN WE ALL LEAVE
KNOWING TOMORROW IT'S GONNA BE
THE BAND, BARTENDER, AND ME

BREAK

OH WHAT I WOULD GIVE
IF YOU WOULD JUST TAKE ME BACK AGAIN
BUT WE ALL LEAVE
WE ALL KNOW TOMORROW IT'S GONNA BE
THE BAND, BARTENDER, AND ME
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