Lyrics

Down at the End of the Bar
By Leo Rondeau

It’s a lonely place that I’ve come across
All the men at the bar in various stages of hair loss
Some covered it up with a cap
Some grew it long in the back

The bar room queens don’t care anymore
They slap on their make up and walk out the door

She told me to watch it but I could not behave
And I flirted with disaster and I got a hot date
Put your money where your mouth is and tell me lies
I’ll put your dollar in the juke box and you could beat me with your thighs

Put your honey where your pot is not all over town
I thought I was special until I looked around

Chorus
Put my smile on my face
Into the world and take my place
Down at the end of the bar
Down at the end of the bar
Down at the end of the bar

Now I’m tied to my love but I longed to be a searcher
Knowing I have a train wreck or two in my future
Keeps me on my toes
And the blush in my cheeks I suppose

I was running a long time before they caught up
I was the shooter in a badly aimed love

I just couldn’t shake it though I tried with late nights
I took elixir and snake oil to cure me of my plight
But not a one would work
A stranger to the ways of a girl

You caught me in a good mood grinning ear to ear
I’m dancing a jig and I’m lapping up beer

With my smile on my face
Into the world and take my place
Down at the end of the bar
Down at the end of the bar
Down at the end of the bar