Drop Some Silver In The Jukebox Song Lyrics and Chords

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Drop Some Silver In The Jukebox Song Lyrics and Chords by Dick Curless

 

Drop Some Silver In The Jukebox
Recorded by Dick Curless
Written by Don Wayne
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I walked into a tavern it was  
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cheap and small
 
With an ancient sign and jukebox that  
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leaned against the  
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wall
 
A girl stood near the jukebox with  
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sad and hurting  
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eyes
 
When I  
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asked if she was lonely she re
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plied
 
Drop some silver in the jukebox and  
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I’ll dance with you
 
Though there’s other guys around here much  
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handsomer than  
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you
 
But you seem like a good guy so I’ll  
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give you first  
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chance
 
Drop some  
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silver in the jukebox and we’ll  
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dance
 
So I fed the silent jukebox just to  
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dance with her
 
And she played the longest saddest songs  
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that I’ve ever  
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heard
 
Then I asked her if she’d join me for a  
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drink or two or  
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three
 
And she  
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threw that same ol’ message back to  
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me
 
Drop some silver in the jukebox and I’ll  
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drink your wine
 
And listen to that case of blues  
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that you got on your  
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mind
 
For your hearts either broken  
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or badly bent I  
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think
 
Drop some  
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silver in the jukebox and we’ll  
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drink
 
So we talked and danced and drank right up  
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till closing time
 
And when we walked out from the tavern why I had  
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spent my last thin  
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dime
 
So I ask her if she’d care to hear a little music  
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up at my  
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place
 
She  
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shoved that same ol’ message in my  
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face
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Drop some  
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silver in the jukebox and we’ll  
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drink

 

FAQ

 

Who sang the the song Drop Some Silver In The Jukebox?
– The song Drop Some Silver In The Jukebox was sang by Dick Curless.

 

Who is Dick Curless?
– Richard William Curless (March 17, 1932 – May 25, 1995) was an American country music singer. He usually wore a patch over his right eye.

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