John Lord

John Lord

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Pop - General | Brussels, Belgium
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Song Description

As a piano bar entertainer myself, I have absolutely no difficulty in recreating the atmosphere of a bar late at night, the half-inebriated customer drowning his sorrows and the pianist in his lonely corner trying to bring some ambiance to the place. This

Story Behind the Song

I've worked in piano bars for years, and this tribute to Frank Sinatra's "One For My Baby" is the obvious outcome. I've sung it to great acclaim on British TV and I never tire of singing it ... even of just hearing it. I think it's THAT good! Someone some

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Lyrics

1. Have another drink, Make it a whisky this time,
Join another loner who's nearly lost his mind.
Have another drink - It won't do you any harm.

2. Have another drink, Why not try a gin?
Join another lover and share the mess he's in.
Have another drink - It may help to keep you warm.

Bridge. Three o'clock in the morning, The lights are all down low.
Mr.Barman, don't be a drag, Don't say we have to go.

3. Have another drink, It really is a shame,
Join another loser who couldn't play the game.
Have another drink - It won't do you any harm.

Bridge. Three o'clock in the morning, The lights are all down low.
Mr.Barman, don't be a drag, Don't say we have to go.

4. Have another drink, It really is a shame,
Join another loser who couldn't play the game.
Have another drink, And please feel free - Don't you see?
'Cos this round is all on me.

Copyright (c) John Lord. All Rights Reserved.
(John W. Handscombe, Member of the Performing Right Society, London, England).

Song Length
3:02
Genres
Pop - Standards, Blues - General
Tempo / Feel
Very Slow (Under 70)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Miserable, Poignant

Subject Matter
Loneliness, Sorrow

Similar Artists
Frank Sinatra, George Gershwin
Language
English
Era
1930 - 1939

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