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Drop Some Silver In The Jukebox

Song Author Don Wayne Performer: Dick Curless Submitted by: Anonymous

[C]I walked into a tavern it was [G7]cheap and small
With an ancient sign and jukebox that [F]leaned against the [C]wall
A girl stood near the jukebox with [C7]sad and hurting [F]eyes
When I [G7]asked if she was lonely she re[C]plied

Drop some silver in the jukebox and [G7]I'll dance with you
Though there's other guys around here much [F]handsomer than [C]you  
But you seem like a good guy so I'll [C7]give you first [F]chance
Drop some [G7]silver in the jukebox and we'll [C]dance

So I fed the silent jukebox just to [G7]dance with her
And she played the longest saddest songs [F]that I've ever [C]heard
Then I asked her if she'd join me for a [C7]drink or two or [F]three
And she [G7]threw that same ol' message back to [C]me  

Drop some silver in the jukebox and I'll [G7]drink your wine
And listen to that case of blues [F]that you got on your [C]mind
For your hearts either broken [C7]or badly bent I [F]think
Drop some [G7]silver in the jukebox and we'll [C]drink

So we talked and danced and drank right up [G7]till closing time
And when we walked out from the tavern why I had [F]spent my last thin [C]dime
So I ask her if she'd care to hear a little music [C7]up at my [F]place
She [G7]shoved that same ol' message in my [C]face

Drop some silver in the jukebox and I'll [G7]drink your wine
And listen to that case of blues [F]that you got on your [C]mind
For your hearts either broken [C7]or badly bent I [F]think
Drop some [G7]silver in the jukebox and we'll [C]drink

Drop some [G7]silver in the jukebox and we'll [C]drink


I walked into a tavern it was cheap and small
With an ancient sign and jukebox that leaned against the wall
A girl stood near the jukebox with sad and hurting eyes
When I asked if she was lonely she replied

Drop some silver in the jukebox and I'll dance with you
Though there's other guys around here much handsomer than you
But you seem like a good guy so I'll give you first chance
Drop some silver in the jukebox and we'll dance

So I fed the silent jukebox just to dance with her
And she played the longest saddest songs that I've ever heard
Then I asked her if she'd join me for a drink or two or three
And she threw that same ol' message back to me

Drop some silver in the jukebox and I'll drink your wine
And listen to that case of blues that you got on your mind
For your hearts either broken or badly bent I think
Drop some silver in the jukebox and we'll drink

So we talked and danced and drank right up till closing time
And when we walked out from the tavern why I had spent my last thin dime
So I ask her if she'd care to hear a little music up at my place
She shoved that same ol' message in my face

Drop some silver in the jukebox and I'll drink your wine
And listen to that case of blues that you got on your mind
For your hearts either broken or badly bent I think
Drop some silver in the jukebox and we'll drink

Drop some silver in the jukebox and we'll drink

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