"The Corner of the Bar" as written by Kimmie Rhodes and Randy Banks....
From the corner of the bar I can see all of Paris.
I can see my whole life pass before my eyes,
And from a million miles away I should have seen it clearly,
But somehow now I see your face on every stranger passing by.

Looks like such a big 'ol world but you're the only one
Who really means the world to me when it's all said and done.
Isn't it a funny thing to have to come so far
Just to see everything from the corner of a bar?

From the corner of the bar I whispered Viva La France.
Oh,listen to the heart of Paris. It's beating like a lullaby.
Somewhere in the stars I hear your voice returning,singing,
"Where Is My Love" as I stare off into the nighttime sky.

Looks like such a big 'ol world but you're the only one
Who really means the world to me when it's all said and done.
Isn't it a funny thing to have to come so far
Just to see everything from the corner of the bar?

Oh, Sil vous plais garon
Je vous dire encore de vin.
'Cause I can see the whole world from the corner of this bar !


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"The Corner of the Bar" as written by Randy Banks Kimmie Rhodes

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