Pinwheel of Death

Bruce Welch


SONGS

Writers John Rostill, Bruce Welch

Genres Country, Pop

Recorded 1975

Lyrics IN THE CORNER OF THE BAR
THERE STANDS A JUKEBOX,
WITH THE BEST OF COUNTRY MUSIC,
OLD AND NEW.
YOU CAN HEAR
YOUR FIVE SELECTIONS
FOR A QUARTER,
AND SOMEBODY ELSE'S SONGS
WHEN YOURS ARE THROUGH.
I GOT GOOD KENTUCKY WHISKEY
ON THE COUNTER,
AND MY FRIENDS AROUND
TO HELP ME EASE THE PAIN.
TILL SOME BUTTON-PUSHING COWBOY
PLAYS THAT LOVE SONG,
AND HERE I AM
JUST MISSING YOU AGAIN.

PLEASE MISTER, PLEASE,
DON'T PLAY B SEVENTEEN,
IT WAS OUR SONG,
IT WAS HIS SONG,
BUT IT'S OVER.
PLEASE MISTER, PLEASE,
IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN,
I DON'T EVER WANNA HEAR
THAT SONG AGAIN.

IF I HAD A DIME
FOR EVERY TIME I HELD YOU
THOUGH YOU'RE FAR AWAY,
YOU'VE BEEN SO CLOSE TO ME.
I COULD SWEAR
I'D BE THE RICHEST GIRL
IN NASHVILLE
MAYBE IN THE STATE
OF TENNESSEE.
BUT, I GUESS
I'D BETTER GET MYSELF
TOGETHER,
BECAUSE WHEN YOU LEFT
YOU DIDN'T LEAVE
TOO MUCH BEHIND
JUST A NOTE THAT SAID,
I'M SORRY,
BY YOUR PICTURE
AND A SONG THAT'S WEIGHING
HEAVY ON MY MIND.

PLEASE MISTER, PLEASE,
DON'T PLAY B SEVENTEEN,
IT WAS OUR SONG,
IT WAS HIS SONG,
BUT IT'S OVER.
PLEASE MISTER, PLEASE,
IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN,
I DON'T EVER WANNA
HEAR THAT SONG AGAIN.
 


Cowriters: John Rostill