"The Honky Tonk Downstairs" as written by and Dallas Frazier....
It won't be long now until that old sun goes down
And up those stairs I hide my shameful tears
''cause I work all night long
For a man who's half way gone
I'm the barmaid in the honky tonk downstairs
And it's a shame
I wear the name
Of a man who's now been chained
To a bottle that destroys all hopes and cares
To a man with lonely eyes
I work and hide my pride
I'm the barmaid in the honky tonk downstairs

It won't be long now until that old sun goes down
And up those stairs I hide my shameful tears
''cause I work all night long
For a man who's half way gone
I'm the barmaid in the honky tonk downstairs
And it's a shame
I wear the name
Of a man who's now been chained
To a bottle that destroys all hopes and cares
To a man with lonely eyes
I work and hide my pride
I'm the barmaid in the honky tonk downstairs


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