Mark Sinnis Lyrics

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I’m sitting at the Heartbreak Saloon
Sitting here all alone again
And the jukebox is playing
That old tune for me
The song about a solitary man
 
Time is no longer on my side
The taste of loneliness
It flows down my throat
I’m back here in that old familiar place
Another taste of heartbreak
Served bitter cold
 
I’m sitting at the Heartbreak Saloon
Where the bartender’s an old friend of mine
Like the Devil he knows me by my first name
Like wine and whiskey
And the cheating kind
 
Waiting with a heart that needs to mend
Hoping by closing time love will come my way
It’s the kind of love that’s over in the morning
But better to have it just for one day
 
 
I’m sitting at the Heartbreak Saloon
The bar stools and broken hearted line up one by one
It’s the meeting place for only the lonely
Another song waiting to be sung
 
I’m sitting at the Heartbreak Saloon
Sitting here all by myself
Left alone with just the memories
 
Sitting at the Heartbreak
Sitting at the Heartbreak
Sitting at the Heartbreak Saloon