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Ernest Tubb and Loretta Lynn
"Bartender" lyrics

Bartender

Please listen to me, bartender
I've got something on my mind
I think I might feel better
After one more glass of wine

I'm paying for a broken heart
The price of love is high
With nothing
Left to live for
What's there to do but die?

I know your story, honey
They're all the same, you see
Why, I knew the minute that you walked in
You want to talk to me

But I've learned
What you don't read in books
From words that cross this bar
I've seen them come
And I've seen them drink
Till they don't even know
Who they are

Now, I don't believe
That a honky tonk
Is a place for a girl like you
I might be wrong
But you don't look right
Sitting there on that barstool

It's not too late
So stop and think
Before all of your pride is gone
You could end up like all the rest
With a barroom for your home

I know you're right, bartender
Good night
I'm going home