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Drop Some Silver
In The Jukebox lyrics and chords are intended for your personal use
only, it's a wonderful old honky tonk song recorded by Dick Curless.
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Drop Some Silver In The Jukebox Recorded by Dick Curless Written by Don Wayne
C G7 I walked into a tavern it was cheap and small F C With an ancient sign and jukebox that leaned against the wall C7 F A girl stood near the jukebox with sad and hurting eyes G7 C When I asked if she was lonely she replied
G7 Drop some silver in the jukebox and I'll dance with you F C Though there's other guys around here much handsomer than you C7 F But you seem like a good guy so I'll give you first chance G7 C Drop some silver in the jukebox and we'll dance
G7 So I fed the silent jukebox just to dance with her F C And she played the longest saddest songs that I've ever heard C7 F Then I asked her if she'd join me for a drink or two or three G7 C And she threw that same ol' message back to me
G7 Drop some silver in the jukebox and I'll drink your wine F C And listen to that case of blues that you got on your mind C7 F For your hearts either broken or badly bent I think G7 C Drop some silver in the jukebox and we'll drink
G7 So we talked and danced and drank right up till closing time F C And when we walked out from the tavern why I had spent my last thin dime C7 F So I ask her if she'd care to hear a little music up at my place G7 C She shoved that same ol' message in my face
G7 C Drop some silver in the jukebox and we'll drink
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