"Bartender" as written by Kenneth Evan Anderson, Scott D. Born, Patrick T. Grassy and Ron P. Hayes....
Bartender, another and make it a double
I can't go home, I'm in some kind of trouble
What started so innocently turned to sin
I can't get out, I am too deep in

Have you ever had everything you'd ever wanted
A good life, good friends and a loving companion
Take a hard look and pay real close attention
I threw it all away with reckless abandon
On a pair of caramel eyes
I found out how quickly I learned to lie
Don't judge me 'til you've walked a mile in my shoes
Things aren't always as they seem
Being with him was like falling asleep
Going home was like waking from some kind of dream
The kind that you hope never ends
But real life is not something I can suspend


Lyrics submitted by brightestfirefly

"Bartender" as written by Keri Noble

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