"Good Time Charley's" as written by and Jerry Chesnut....
Oh, I know a place called Good Time Charley's
A little four piece band swingin' out of sight
And I'll be here if you want to party
Come nine in the morning 'til twelve at night

Two miles from town 'cross the railroad track
Turn right at the light and park in the back
You're always welcome, don't forget to drop in
Old Good Time Charley's, any time you can

Well, I heard talk 'bout a trouble-maker
Dropped in one night and never came again
Well, they said he left with an undertaker
Old Charley's done time, two years in the pen

Well, the beat goes on, there's a hardwood floor
And the sound of laughter runnin' out the door
Wall to wall women, plenty of ice-cold beer
Anything you're after you can find in here

Two miles from town 'cross the railroad track
Turn right at the light and park in the back
You're always welcome, don't forget to drop in
Old Good Time Charley's, any time you can
And you're always welcome, don't forget to drop in
Old Good Time Charley's, any time you can



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"Good Time Charley's" as written by Jerry Chesnut

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