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Happy Hour Written by Steve Gillette and David MacKechnie the song is copyrighted (c) 1983 by Ensign Music, BMI / Lion's Mate Music, ASCAP Recorded by Ted Hawkins
G C Welcome to happy hour blinking on the neon sign D7 She won't mind if I stopped for just one C D7 I could still make it home in time G G7 As my eyes grow accustom to the smoke a dimmed lights C D7 I see the juke-box near the door
There she is in another mans arms C D7 Slow dancing across the floor
C G So this is happy hour two drinks for the price of one D7 C G People laughing and having fun what a great place to be C G Welcome to happy hour they gather here everyday D7 G Cheating is one of the games they play this time it's on me
G7 You’re dancing and your eyes are closed C Am I wander what world your in D7 What will you tell me when you get home C D7 Where will you say you've been
G G7 At the sound of laughter of his pretty words C D7 Take away whatever made you blue
When the fun is over what will you do C D7 When there’s nothing left of us but you
C G So this is happy hour two drinks for the price of one D7 C G People laughing and having fun what a great place to be C G So this is happy hour they gather here everyday D7 G Cheating is one of the games they play this time it's on me
C G Welcome to happy hour they gather here everyday D7 Cheating is one of the games they play C G C What a great place to be welcome to happy hour G Two drinks for the price of one D7 People laughing and having fun G This time it's on me
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