"What Made Milwaukee (Made a Loser Out of Me)" as written by and Glenn Sutton....
It's late and she is waiting, and I know I must go home,
But every time I start to leave, they play another song,
Then someone buys another round and whatever drinks are free,
What made Milwaukee famous has made a loser out of me.

Baby's begged me not to go, so many times before,
She said love and happiness can't live behind those swingin' doors,
Now she's gone and I'm to blame, too late I finally see,
What made Milwaukee famous has made a loser out of me.

Baby's begged me not to go, so many times before,
She said love and happiness can't live behind those swingin' doors,
Now she's gone and I'm to blame, too late I finally see,
What made Milwaukee famous has made a loser out of me.

What made Milwaukee famous has made a loser out of me,
What made Milwaukee famous has made a loser out of me.
What made Milwaukee famous has made a loser out of me.


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"What Made Milwaukee Famous (Made a Loser out of Me)" as written by Glenn Sutton

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    General Commentthis is obviously about letting drinking become more important than your love, and the fact that he laments those decisions that ended this particular relationship
    snozzberryon August 29, 2002   Link
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    General Commentsnozzberry is right, although i'll say it like this. If you drink too much, you're screwed.
    IrishPunkRockon June 05, 2003   Link
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    General CommentActually, this is just a cover song.
    Nuclear Dogon October 24, 2006   Link
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    General CommentYeah, but it's on Alive Behind The Green Door...
    one_irish_roveron January 27, 2008   Link

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