The Bartender (It’s All on the Jukebox) Lyrics

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Selected song name: The Bartender (It’s All on the Jukebox)
Singer Name: Ed Bruce
Lyrics written by: Ed Bruce

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I'd sure like to help you, I've heard it all before
I'm sorry I can't tell you, why she walked out your door
'Cause all these years tendin' bar, I've saved no one yet
I haven't healed a broken heart or helped one soul to forget


But it's all on the jukebox in the corner
And if love's gone wrong, George Strait or Jones have sung it in a song
If misery loves company, you'll never be alone
It's all on the jukebox, here's a quarter




No sir, she's a stranger, haven't seen her here before
But you might just arrange a two-step around the floor
There's an empty stool beside her, let's send a drink her way
The rest is up to you and her and what that old jukebox plays


'Cause it's all on the jukebox in the corner
And if love comes on, George Strait or Jones we'll sing it in a song
And if she likes your company, you won't be alone
It's all on the jukebox, play it one more time
It's all on the jukebox, here's a quarter