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Spirits Of St. Louis lyrics and chords

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Spirits Of St. Louis
Recorded by Johnny Paycheck
Written by Roger Bowling and Robert Jones

Well the barrooms close at two A.M. in St. Louis
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And I'm always the last one out the door
There's at least a hundred barrooms in St. Louis
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And I've tried them all a dozen times or more

Now I've drank beer from old Milwaukee Bourbon from Kentucky
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And I've had my share of California wine

I've sipped Tennessee's best whiskey
Drank every bar dry in this old city
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But all the spirits in St. Louis can't get you off my mind

I know every bartender in old St. Louis
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And I know every barmaid by her name
You'd think with all the friends I've got in old St. Louis
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One could find a way to easy my pain

Repeat #2

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Yeah all the spirits in St. Louis can't get you off my mind


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