Lyrics

BARTENDER THERAPY
Donna Dutchess, Cindy Skinner & Chris Sligh
VERSE 1:
I bought every book that looked like it could help me
I brought home a couple girls when I was lonely
I threw away your pictures and the couple things you left
Can’t get this weight off of my chest

I tried raising hell, I tried to scream and yell
But nothing seemed to help, as far as I can tell

CHORUS:
What I need is some bartender therapy
Get a couple drinks in me under the neon lights
Getting right, I go through every memory
Of watching you walk out on me
It ain’t free but what I need’s
Some bartender therapy

VERSE 2:
He don’t say much, but he’s always got the good stuff
I could say “poor me” and he’d pour me a little more than enough
Maybe it’s the music on the jukebox getting through to me
Maybe it’s the whiskey, but I realize finally

REPEAT CHORUS

BRIDGE:
Every sip, sip, sip’s another tip, tip, tip
Every drink, drink, drink’s another way to think