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FULL BEER EMPTY HEART - (by Kevin Reardon)  Year: 2008
Kevin Reardon Upbeat, Campy, and Fun Blues Music feat. male vocals. The bar is closing but he wants one more drink to put out the flames of his current dramatic relationship where he was suddenly dumped- lethargically surrendering to the chaos of his broken heart, maybe hitting on the bartender will help! Male Vocals, Blues, Jump
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Blues, Jump
529399 4:32 Med Slow 97   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Full Beer Empty Heart
Catalog ID: 529399  ISRC: US5UL1216246
Description: Upbeat, Campy, and Fun Blues Music feat. male vocals. The bar is closing but he wants one more drink to put out the flames of his current dramatic relationship where he was suddenly dumped- lethargically surrendering to the chaos of his broken heart, maybe hitting on the bartender will help!

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Artist or Group: Kevin Reardon

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Keywords: A sitting at the bar track: bar stool mug pour draft tavern late night hafl-crazed fool jazzy beer alcohol drinks drinking drunk relationships heartbreak heart

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Blues Music
       Jump/Piano Blues
Extended Properties
  Duration: 4:32   Tempo: Med Slow   BPM: 97
   Arrangement: Jazz Ensemble
   Instruments: Drum Kit, Bass, Electric Guitar, Harmonica, Organ, Piano, Double Bass, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Voice
   Vocal Mix: Male Vocals
   Language: English
Moods: Accepting, Anticipating, Carefree, Childish, Contemplative, Cool, Defeated, Drunk, Friendly, Funny, Honest, Humble, Jangly, Longing, Nostalgic, Quirky, Sentimental, Simple, Swinging, Thoughtful

Styles: Bluesy, Club / Bar / Lounge, Documentary, Film Vocal, Jazzy, Live Concert, Party / General, Romantic Breakup, Section / Credits, TV Vocal

Lyrical Topics: Alcohol, Food / Drink, Goodbye, Booze, Break Up

Cross-Reference Genres:
Full Beer Empty Heart
   Rock Music
      Blues Rock

Lyrics
Verse:
It was daylight when I walked in here, and ordered up the first of my “I’ve lost count” beers;
Now it’s getting way past midnight and half the bar is closin’ down.
My baby left me and she took my check; then she had the nerve to call me, and call collect;
She ain’t grievin’ that she’s leavin’ me or this one horse town.

Chorus:
So pour me another one; just like the other one,
On my tab, like you have, Mister, from the start.
Yeah pour me another one; just like the other one,
I’m a half-crazed fool, with a full beer and an empty heart.

Verse:
I got laid off about a week ago; same old story now don’t ya know;
It seems the jobs are packin’ up and there all headin’ south.
I looked for work, but not too hard; I had something else to do and then I washed my car;
I suppose it’s why she said good-bye to me, but I have my doubts.

Chorus:
So pour me another one; just like the other one,
On my tab, like you have, Mister, from the start.
Yeah pour me another one; just like the other one,
I’m a half-crazed fool, with a full beer and an empty heart.

Bridge:
Was that last call? Hang it all! I must admit I’ve had a ball.
So, let’s comeback and do it again --- tomorrow.
And until then, my old friend, please fill up my glass again.
And let me finish drowning out my sorrow.

Chorus:
So pour me another one; just like the other one,
On my tab, like you have, Mister, from the start.
Yeah pour me another one; just like the other one,
I’m a half-crazed fool, with a full beer and an empty heart. (repeat)
Extended Keywords: daylight ordered midnight closin’ down baby left me took my check call collect grievin’ leavin’ one horse town pour campy song about a guy who has been dumped by his girlfriend (for reasons it seems he knows) and who then takes refuge in his favorite bar where connects with the bartender and the patrons trying to fill up his empty heart with a few glasses of beer A non-depressing song of love lost another one tab laid off same old story jobs packin’ up headin’ south work washed my car good-bye soundtrack film score movie local tavern dancing full beer empty heart

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