Mr. Bartender

Album: In The Pursuit Of Leisure (2003)
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  • (Hey sugar Ray-look at that)

    It's so easy
    It's so right (bartender)
    It's so easy
    To rock it all night (bartender)

    It's so easy
    It's so right (bartender)
    It's so easy (come on)
    To rock it all night (oh)

    Mr. Bartender
    Mr. DJ
    Make me feel good
    I got fired today
    Don't wanna be at home alone tonight

    Ladies take your hair down
    Put your drinks on the ground
    Just get on the floor & lose your mind

    It's so easy
    It's so right (bartender)
    It's so easy
    To rock it all night (bartender)

    It's so easy
    It's so right (bartender)
    It's so easy (come on)
    To rock it all night (oh)

    If you came to break us down
    Your headin' for the door (bartender)
    Don't try to act like
    You're too good for the floor (bartender)

    If you came to break us down
    Your headin' for the door (bartender)
    Don't try to act like
    You're too good for the floor (oh)

    Mr. Bartender
    I've had a bad day
    Gimme a shot
    I got fired today
    I Just wanna burn the night away

    Gonna stay til a quarter of 4
    Cause I don't have to be at work no more
    Just wanna turn the night to day
    (It's so easy, easy)
    (It's so easy, easy)

    It's so easy
    It's so right (bartender)
    It's so easy
    To rock it all night

    It's so easy
    It's so right (bartender)
    It's so easy
    To rock it all night (oh)

    One for the money
    One two for the show
    Kick back & lay back
    Watch the inner flow
    (It's so easy)

    5 o'clock the bars cut me lose
    I'm up in the club
    The gin & the juice
    Got you freaks & blondes
    One chick behind
    I spilled all my liquor
    We going outta mind
    Almost outta time
    Get down bump & grind
    DJ stop rewind
    Lemme pour you some wine
    So you can break it on down
    Let's do it like this til the next time

    We're gonna do it like this
    Do it like that
    Do it like this
    Nah we ain't gonna do it like that
    Do it like that
    Everybody jam across the land

    Do it like this
    Do it like that
    Do it like this
    Nah we ain't gonna do it like that
    Do it like that
    We can do it like this
    From the front to the back

    If you came to break us down
    Your headin' for the door (bartender)
    Don't try to act like
    You're too good for the floor

    If you came to break us down
    Your headin' for the door
    Don't try to act like
    You're too good for the floor (oh)

    Like I said once before
    Everybody throw your hands from side to side
    Like this no no your not doin' right
    Over here look look look

    It's so easy (it's so what?)
    It's so right (bartender)
    It's so easy (what what)
    To rock it all night (everybody now)

    It's so easy (it's so what?)
    It's so right (bartender)
    It's so easy (come on)
    To rock it all night (oh)

    toodootoodootoo...
    (it's so easy)
    Toodootoodootoo...

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