"Even the Jukebox Can't Forget" as written by Trey Edwin Bruce and Craig Michael Wiseman....
I was just about to have a good time
My crazy friends can always make me smile
I came in here to shoot some pool
Maybe have a beer or two
I haven't been out in quite a while

I thought that I was over that old heartache
I realized I couldn't be more wrong
'cause it hurt the same ol' way
And I heard the jukebox play
What used to be our song

Melodies and memories remind me
That I am still running from regret
But I'm not alone, your memory's so strong
Even the jukebox can't forget
Even the jukebox can't forget

So I bought a roll of shiny quarters
Silver plated memories everyone
That ? served with wine about closing time
There won't be a sad song left unsung

Melodies and memories remind me
That I am still running from regret
But I'm not alone, your memory's so strong
Even the jukebox can't forget

Believe me I'll be back again
'cause everybody needs an understanding friend

Melodies and memories remind me
That I am still running from regret
But I'm not alone, your memory's so strong
Even the jukebox can't forget
Even the jukebox can't forget


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"Even the Jukebox Can't Forget" as written by Trey Edwin Bruce Craig Michael Wiseman

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