"If the Jukebox Took Teardrops" as written by Mark Irwin and Michael James Henderson....
If the jukebox took teardrops
And the whiskey was free
If that old car in the parking lot
Drove home automatically
If every curl on a honky tonk girl
Didn't start those memories
Wouldn't it be a wonderful world
For somebody just like me

How long can a man keep goin'
Like every day's his last
I've paid off the rent and the government
Maybe I could pay off the past

If the jukebox took teardrops
And the whiskey was free
If that old car in the parking lot
Drove home automatically
If every curl on a honky tonk girl
Didn't start those memories
Wouldn't it be a wonderful world
For somebody just like me

Wouldn't I be on easy street
Livin' this life of mine
I could keep right on till the hurt's all gone
And it wouldn't cost me a dime

If the jukebox took teardrops
And the whiskey was free
If that old car in the parking lot
Drove home automatically
If every curl on a honky tonk girl
Didn't start those memories
Wouldn't it be a wonderful world
For somebody just like me

If every curl on a honky-tonk girl
Didn't start those memories
Wouldn't it be a wonderful world
For somebody just like me
If the jukebox took teardrops
And the whiskey was free



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"If the Jukebox Took Teardrops" as written by Michael James Henderson Mark Irwin

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