Scotty Lane

Scotty Lane

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Blues - Chicago | Tampico, Illinois, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,348   
Member Since: 2004
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Plays:

40

Song Description

A sad old 60's sounding juke box song about a guy with a drinking problem.

Story Behind the Song

I wanted to write a sad old 60's sounding juke box song about a guy with a drinking problem.

Lyrics

Unchain Me From This Bar Stool
Key of A 134bpm
Scott P. Niziolek and Mario Massi
© 2015 ASCAP Worker Bee Music Publishing/Uncle Myro Music

Unchain me from this bar stool
I've been sitting here to long
Unchain me from this bar stool
from every sad old juke box song
Fame and Fortune never found me
Crazy since you're gone
Unchain me from this bar stool
I've been sitting here way to long

I'm just sitting home staring at your empty chair
Lord it's more, more than I could bare
These 4 walls are closing in
Good god , 2 years, It's been such a sin
From this moment on, since you've been gone
It's the same old song

Unchain me from this bar stool
I've been sitting here way to long
Unchain me from this bar stool
from every sad old juke box song
Fame and Fortune never found it
Crazy since you're gone
Unchain me from this bar stool
I've been sitting here way to long

I told my Mammy before she slipped away
I'd get it right and change my foolish ways
It's time to sober up and settle down
Try to keep my feet on the ground
I do the best that I can, but I'm only a man
It's hard to keep a promise with a drink in my hand

Unchain me from this bar stool
I've been sitting here too long
Unchain me from this bar stool
from every sad old juke box song
Fame and Fortune never found me
Crazy since you're gone
Unchain me from this bar stool
I've been sitting here way to long

Unchain me
Unchain me
Unchain me

I've been sitting on this bar stool every night
I could've went right home after work
But what's the point
Why hurry home to be all alone
Sitting in an empty room
Tear Drops stain my pillowcase
From a sorry drunken fool

Unchain me from this bar stool
I've been sitting here too long
Unchain me from this bar stool
from every sad old juke box song
Fame and Fortune never found me
Crazy since you're gone
Unchain me from this bar stool
I've been sitting here way to long
Unchain me from this bar stool
I've been sitting here way to long

Unchain me
Unchain me
Unchain me
Been sitting here way to long
Unchain me
Unchain me
Unchain me
From every sad old juke box song

Song Length
4:27
Genres
Blues - General, Blues - Country
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Mood
Poignant

Subject Matter
Alchohol, Beer, Wine

Language
English
Era
1960 - 1969

Lyric Credits Scotty Lane/Mario Massi
Music Credits Scotty Lane/Mario Massi
Producer Credits Mario Massi
Publisher Credits Worker Bee Music Publishing/ Uncle Myro Music
Performance Credits Mick Mcgowan - Lead Vocal, Mario Massi-Guitar, Kevin Paul-Guitar, Nate Bellon - Bass, Bob Melville-Drums, Tom Albanase-Harp