"The Bartender and the Thief [Bar Version]" as written by Kelly Jones, Stuart Cable and Richard Mark Jones....
When you think about it he's watching
Every word you say hey dazed and when
He's sussed you out he calls her up and out
She comes and hustles us

The bartender and the thief are lovers
Steal what they need like sisters and
Brothers
Met in a church a night to remember

Robbing the graves of bodies
Dismembered
He watched the lesbian talk she kissed and
Groped but mostly talked in lust crushed

He couldn't make the call his eyes were
Gripped on licking tongues enough's enough
Failed for once
Long digging gone fishing love

Drinking
The bartender and the thief are lovers
Steal what they need like sisters and
Brothers

Met in a church a night to remember
Robbing the graves of bodies
Dismembered
Saved what they stole to meet at the alter

Place where they first set eyes on each
Other
Flew to the sun to start life all over
Set up a bar and robbed all the locals


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"The Bartender and the Thief" as written by Richard Mark Jones Kelly Jones

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