Lou Lollio

Lou Lollio

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Blues - Rock | Beverly Hills, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 582   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: 11/28/2021
   Sounds Like: Michael W. Smith, Steven Curtis Chapman

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Song Description

Very funny, humorous song about a Bar in any Country town and the people who are involved in every day life. It is about Singers, Sonwriters, Musicians and bar life, (some good, some bad). It tells the story from a musicians standpoint of singing songs and what they have to do to be able to sing their songs that they have written.

Story Behind the Song

My brother is a Record Producer in Nashville and his name is Johnny. So I wrote the song for him. It is about him and myself as songwriters and producers.

Lyrics

Johnny's Bar by Lou Lollio Songwriter, Lou Lollio Music ASCAP 310-293-9860
G
There's a place called Johnny's Bar
C
Where everybody is a star at Johnny's bar
D
Some drink whisky some drink tea
C G
As for me I can't afford to be at Johnny's bar
C
The bartender thinks he's going to be

The next rockabilly Jerry Lee
D
The waitress should be back at school
C Am
She writes her songs by day
C Am
On Sundays she will pray
C D
She gets to sing one song an hour
C Bm
If she's on time to work at Johnny's bar
C G
If she's on time to work at Johnny's bar

G
The door man's had 4 wives before
C
That is why he works the doors, Looking for Number 5
D
He drinks too much and smokes a lot but
C G
Tonight, he's going to get his spot at Johnny's bar
C D
He gets to sing one song an hour, if he's not

Too drunk at Johnny's Bar
D
When it comes time, to close the door
C Am
He gets one more encore
C
That's what he's working for
C Bm
If he's on time to work at Johnny's bar
C G
If he's on time to work at Johnny's bar





C (Bridge)
It's Nashville's home to celebrities,
C
Americas Home grown royalty at Johnny's Bar
D
Young and old they gather round,
C
Looking for the perfect sound at Johnny's Bar
D
When they finally here that song
C
They know it won't be very long
C
For the radio to play
G
The special song that we heard

Saturday night a special word
C Bm C
If you're not to late or drunk at Johnny's bar
G
If you're not to late or drunk at Johnny's Bar

Copyright 2021 Lou Lollio Music ASCAP

Song Length
3:03
Genres
Blues - Country, Country - Americana
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Joyful, Peaceful

Subject Matter
Comedy, Funny, Fun

Similar Artists
Blake Shelton, Kenny Rogers
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Lou Lollio
Music Credits Lou Lollio
Producer Credits Lou Lollio
Publisher Credits Lou Lollio Music ASCAP
Performance Credits Lou Lollio