"After Closing Time" as written by Norris D Wilson, Danny Walls and Billy Sherrill....
Well you can find me servin' drinks inside a honky tonk
And I'll even play the jukebox on your dime
And sometimes I will dance with you to your favorite song
Yeah but she'll be mine after closin' time
She will smile at all the men and shake her pretty hips
And you can yell and say she look so fine
But I'm not looking for a man I'm looking for their tips
And then she'll be mine after closin' time
When they turn the lights out that's when I'll turn him on
Oh she can serve me love much better than wine
So when they close the doors I guess who takes me home
And she'll be mine after closin' time
[ guitar ]
Tomorrow night I'll still be there inside the honky tonk
And I'll still play the jukebox on your dime
Yeah as long as you keep buyin' drinks she'll smile and lead you on
But she'll be mine after closin' time
When they turn the lights out...
And she'll be mine after closin' time


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"After Closing Time" as written by Danny Walls Billy Sherrill

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