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Bar With No
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a good country song written and recorded by Tom T. Hall.
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Bar With No Beer Written and recorded by Tom T. Hall [3/4 time]
G C The beach comber works by the ocean all day D7 G He gets what the tourists and the sea throw away C He's hot and he's thirsty and the words hurt his ears D7 G When they tell him he's stopped in a bar with no beer
C It's lonesome away from your kin folks at home D7 G By the campfires at night where the buffalo roam C But there's nothing so lonesome so morbid or drear D7 G Than to sit on a stool in a bar with no beer
C There's a dog on the sidewalk for his master he waits D7 G But his boss is inside drinking wine with his mate C He hurries for cover and cringes in fear D7 G Ain't no place for a dog round a bar with no beer
C Now Billy the barfly first time in his life D7 G He went home cold sober to his loving wife C He walks in the kitchen she says you're early my dear D7 G He breaks down and tells her the bar's got no beer
C The owner is anxious for the beer man to come D7 G There's a far away look on the face of the bum C The waitress is cranky she says it's lonely in here D7 G What a terrible place is a bar with no beer
C Well I've had me some trouble I've had me some pain D7 G Been locked up in the cold and left out in the rain C I've fought with the law but there's one thing I fear D7 G To get stuck in a town in a bar with no beer
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