Good Times Memories! Mark Chesnutt sings "Brother Jukebox"

Mark Chesnutt is an American Country Music Legend and "Brother Jukebox" is his first number one in USA.

"Brother Jukebox" is a song written by Paul Craft. It was originally recorded by Don Everly, one-half of The Everly Brothers, in 1977 and reached number 96 on the country singles charts. It was later covered by Keith Whitleyon I Wonder Do You Think of Me and by Mark Chesnutt on his 1990 debut album Too Cold at Home. Released in November 1990 as the album's second single, it became his first Number One country hit in the United States. It was also recorded by John Starling on his 1977 album Long Time Gone.

 

Lyrics

 

Brother jukebox, sister wine.

Mother freedom, father of time.

Since she left me by myself,

You're the only family I've got left.

 

I go down to that same old cafe,

Where I try to wash my troubles away.

I'm still down, and I'm still all alone,

But it beats staying home all night long.

 

Brother jukebox, sister wine.

Mother freedom, father of time.

Since she left me by myself,

You're the only family I've got left.

 

I go home and I climb that old stairway.

And I tell myself: "Tomorrow's a new day."

But I know I'll just go down again,

And spend my time with my new next-of-kin.

 

Brother jukebox, sister wine.

Mother freedom, father of time.

Since she left me by myself,

You're the only family I've got left.

 

Brother jukebox, sister wine.

Mother freedom, father of time.

Since she left me by myself,

You're the only family I've got left.

 

 

You're the only family I've got left.

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