Lonely Hearts Club

Song Description

findin love on a blind date in a honky tonk.

Song Length 3:40 Genre Country - Contemporary

Lyrics

LONELY HEARTS CLUB

Last Friday night
I went out
To a place I never seen
And when I stepped inside
What I found was no surprise
It kind a felt like home

There was a juke box in the corner
On a checkered tile floor
And I felt all eyes upon me
When I walked in through that door
I ordered up a drink, but the bartender brought four From the Lonely Hearts Club at the far end of the bar

He was kind of cute in his snakeskin boots
As they walked on up to me
Well I knew it wasn?t him, but still I had to grin
Poor boy he bought me two more beers
He told me how he knew everyone
Or at least how they knew him
He said what?s a girl like you
Doing here tonight I said I?m here to meet someone

There was a juke box in the corner
On a checkered tile floor
Playing Desperado
You know I love that song
It kind of makes me think
But I know I don?t belong
In the Lonely Hearts Club
At the far end of the bar

I here a train whistle in my head
And I think about what my Daddy said
Men are like trains rolling down the tracks
Well I?m still at the station hoping to catch the next express

I had never seen his face before
He came walking through that door
But my blind date
Was worth the wait
You know I think he is the one

There was a juke box in the corner
On a checkered tile floor
We danced a little two-step
and I sang Delta Dawn
We enjoyed ourselves drinking courtesy
Of the Lonely Hearts Club at the far end of the bar

We found each other
And we waved goodbye
To the Lonely Hearts club at the far end of the bar
The Lonely Hearts Club at the far end of the bar

Lyrics wayne baratta/ bobby lustgarten Music wayne baratta/ bobby lustgarten
Producer wayne baratta/ bobby lustgarten Publisher wayne baratta/ bobby lustgarten
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