Late Night OTB – Rules of the Bar

Were my lifestyle different, I suppose I could pass off 3:30 on a Saturday morning as "late night" but, alas, it's just really early.

Were my lifestyle different, I suppose I could pass off 3:30 on a Saturday morning as “late night” but, alas, it’s just really early. But we’ll go with a late night theme to make up for the delay in posting.

While by no means my favorite of Jamey Johnson’s songs, “Rules of the Bar” may be the most amusing:

As a bonus, a somewhat related song by the Canadian artist Corb Lund:

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Comments

  1. OzarkHillbilly says:

    Fun stuff. For some reason it made me think of Bryan Bowers. Haven’t seen him in…. damn I’m getting old, it’s been a few decades (IIRC the last time was in a church basement), but he always put on a fun show. An exceptional autoharp player, which is a very different instrument.

    All his stuff is good but here’s a couple of his more humorous songs: The Scotsman (which you may know by others), and Four Wet Pigs.




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