Monday’s Music Moves Me – WELCOME TO MY BAR (Songs with Beverages in the Titles)

We are wrapping up August with a fun Monday’s Music Moves Me theme from this month’s Spotlight Conductor, Mary of Jingle Jangle Jungle. She’s challenged us to feature songs with beverages in the titles. Well, you know me, Bar Queen Extraordinaire. Although it was a while ago, my bar, the Pond Springs Saloon, was a cool beer & wine joint nestled in a northwest Austin neighborhood, complete with a few pool tables, three dart boards and a kickass jukebox, and was home to a bunch of Austin-area locals who liked to hang out in a laid-back establishment. A lot of folks would come in for our famous “fish-bowls,” huge frozen schooners iced in the freezer and filled to the brim with ice cold draft beer.

It was fun to fulfill a long-time dream of creating a neighborhood bar reminiscent of the Town of Niagara/Western New York and Pennsylvania bars and beer joints that I hung out in growing up, first when in tow with my parents who liked to stop and have a few beers with family and friends every now and again, and then when I was sowing my own wild oats in my late teens and early 20s. Although my place was in Texas, it definitely had that “Buffalo-feel”, not only in attitude but in decor too, as evidenced by the Buffalo Bills memorabilia that served not only to showcase my Buffalo pride but also to taunt the resident Dallas Cowboys fans.

Folks came in to hang with friends, to laugh and tell jokes, to share life’s trials and tribulations, to bitch and complain, to spout life philosophies, to boast and embellish life stories, to blow off a little steam, to flirt and try to hook up, to cry in their beers, to drink and sometimes often get drunk and act a fool…All that and other things that people like to do in their favorite home-away-from-home drinking establishment. They sought — and found — a place where everyone knew their names. [We even had our own resident “Norm” (a Cheers reference].

So in that spirit, I’ve opened a virtual bar here at Angels Bark. Here you’ll find a menu of great music categorized and tailored to your beverage of choice. Don’t forget your dollars for the jukebox! Let’s start with an introduction to the overall atmosphere where all kinds are welcome (well, almost all kinds. I’m keeping with the strict policy I had at my old bar: Sorry, no assholes allowed)…


This first playlist is just to get you in the mood, with some general drinking music, to be followed by a beverage-specific menu. Pull up a stool and hang out for a bit…

Roadhouse Blues by The Doors

Have a Drink on Me by AC/DC

One Bourbon, One Scotch and One Beer by George      Thorogood

I Drink Alone by George Thorogood

Drunk Americans by Toby Keith

Alcohol by Barenaked Ladies

Cheers theme song


Our bartenders are super friendly and aim to please.



Beer Drinkers & Hell Raisers by ZZ Top

Beer for My Horses by Toby Keith & featuring Willie Nelson

Hold My Beer by Trace Adkins

I Like Girls That Drink Beer by Toby Keith

Hot Beer & Cold Women by Randy Houser

Pretty Good at Drinkin’ Beer by Billy Currington

A Dozen Roses & a Six-Pack by Cole Swindell

There’s a Tear in My Beer by Hank Williams and Hank Williams Jr.



Elderberry Wine by Elton John

White Lightning and Wine by Heart

Spill the Wine by Eric Burton and War

Red Wine (Ballad of Sacco and Vanzetti) by Woody Guthrie

Red Red Wine by Neil Diamond

Red Red Wine by UB40

Old Red Wine by The Who

Sweet Cherry Wine by Tommy James & the Shondells

God of Wine by Third Eye Blind

Pass the Wine by The Rolling Stones

The Night the Band Got the Wine by Al Stewart

Water with the Wine by Joan Armatrading

Wine into Water by T. Graham Brown

Wine After Whiskey by Carrie Underwood



Tequila Sunrise by the Eagles

Tequila Eyes by Randy Rogers Band

Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off by Joe Nichols

Mas Tequila by Sammy Hagar

Mexico, Tequila and Me by Alan Jackson

You and Tequila by Kenny Chesney

Tequila Loves Me by Kenny Chesney

Tattoos & Tequila by Vince Neil

When the Tequila Runs Out by Dawes

My Favorite Wine is Tequila by Michael Franti & Spearhead



Whiskey Rock-a-Roller by Lynyrd Skynyrd

Poison Whiskey by Lynyrd Skynyrd

Whiskey Drinkin’ Woman by Nazareth

Whiskey River by Willie Nelson (side note: last week I had a Basenji, one of my dog boarders, named ‘Whiskey River’. He was named after this Willie Nelson song and he was a real pistol!)

Alabama Song (Whiskey Bar) by The Doors

Ain’t Enough Whiskey by Kid Rock

Lace and Whiskey by Alice Cooper

Whiskey and Lace by Krystal Keith

Jack Daniels and Jesus by Chase Rice

Not Enough Whiskey by Keifer Sutherland

Weed, Whiskey and Willie by Brothers Osborne

What Whiskey Does by Randy Houser

Whiskey Girl by Toby Keith

Whiskey in My Water by Tyler Farr

Whiskey in the Jar by Thin Lizzy

White Lightning by Scott Weiland and the Wildabouts

Whiskey by Maroon 5 featuring A$AP Rocky

Sunshine and Whiskey by Frankie Ballard

Moonshine by Bruno Mars

Wine After Whiskey by Carrie Underwood

Whiskey Rock-a-Roller LIVE by Lynyrd Skynyrd

Poison Whiskey LIVE by Lynyrd Skynyrd

Whiskey River by Willie Nelson LIVE in Austin Texas on 9/13/1984



Cocaine & Gin by Kid Rock

Cold Gin by Kiss

Of All the Gin Joints in the World by Fall Out Boy

Gin & Juice by Snoop Dog

Gin, Smoke, Lie by Turnpike Troubadours

Gin Soaked Boy by Tom Waits

Gin Bottle Blues by Lightnin Hopkins

Gin Guzzlin’ Frenzy by Mojo Nixon

Gin and Money by Marcy Playground

Misery and Gin by Merle Haggard – Live from Austin Texas 1985



Rum is the Reason by Toby Keith

Rum and Coca-Cola by The Andrew Sisters

A Rum Tale by Procol Harum

Rum by Brothers Osborne

Blame It On the Rum by Sunny Jim

Rum Jumbies by Sunny Jim

Haze of the Rum by Jesse Rice featuring Florida Georgia Line

Rum and Somethin’ by Donny Brewer

Rum Day by Cory Young

Rum Phonics by Gene Mitchell

Rummin’ and Chummin’ by John Friday



Champagne & Reefer by Muddy Waters

Champagne High by Sister Hazel

Champagne Kisses by Jessie Ware

Champagne Supernova by Oasis

Pink Champagne by Caitlin Rose

Champagne Life by Ne-Yo



Strange Brew by Cream

(Escape) The Pina Colada Song by Rupert Holmes

Margaritaville by Jimmy Buffet

One Mint Julep by Ray Charles


And for those Designated Drivers, be sure to head to the Coffee Bar:


Black Coffee in Bed by Squeeze

Coffee Blues by Mississippi John Hurt

One More Cup of Coffee by Bob Dylan

Tea for One by Led Zeppelin

Poprocks and Coke by Green Day

RC Cola and a Moon Pie by NRBQ

Orange Crush by R.E.M.

Apple Cider Reconstitution by Al Stewart

No Milk Today by Herman’s Hermits

Milk It by Nirvana

Milk and Alcohol by Dr. Feelgood


Well, it’s Last Call. And as I liked to say back in the day:

“Drink ’em up!

You don’t have to go home but you can’t stay here!”


Monday’s Music Moves Me (4M) is a blog hop hosted by Marie of X-Mas Dolly, and co-hosted by Cathy of Curious as a Cathy and Stacy of Stacy Uncorked Two other co-hosts recently joined the fun: Alana of Ramlin’ with AM and Naila Moon of Musings & Merriment with Michelle. Be sure to stop by and visit the hosts and the other participants listed below:




33 thoughts on “Monday’s Music Moves Me – WELCOME TO MY BAR (Songs with Beverages in the Titles)

  1. You really covered this theme. There are undoubtedly more, but I’d have to do a lot of heavy thinking on this. The first song that popped into my mind was “Bad Sneakers” by Steely Dan because I thought Pina Colada was part of the title–but I guess it’s not.

    Then I thought of the King of Champagne music Lawrence Welk. I recalled his theme song and figured that it might have something to do with champagne and sure enough that song is called “Bubbles in the Wine.”

    Today I posted the lyrics to my song which I’ll be “debuting” in my next Battle of the Bands. Hope you’ll stop by and give me your thoughts.

    Arlee Bird
    Tossing It Out

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    • Hi Lee,
      Thanks for coming by today! And good choice on Lawrence Welk! His theme song sure was all about the bubbly. I do remember that show. It reminds me especially of my neighbor across the street when I was a kid: she LOVED Lawrence Welk and I remember her talking about the show every week. It was a real treat hearing it again.

      I’m excited to hear that you’ve posted your song lyrics! I will definitely be by later today to check them out. I bet you’re having fun working on this new dream project. Thanks for keeping us in the loop on it…


    • Hiya John. Thanks for coming over and for your nice compliment. I appreciate that! Dude, there are a zillion songs out there with drinks in the title. I only touched the surface. So many whiskey songs! More whiskey songs than beer songs which surprised me. This was a fun theme because I was discovering a bunch of new-to-me songs and artists. Normally my playlists contain only songs that I know and really like; these lists in this beverage playlist had songs that I never heard before….BUT they are songs that I like because I listened to them before adding them to the mix. Naturally a bunch didn’t make the cut. And I just plum ran out of time to find any more.

      As for how long it took me to put it together: well, let me start by saying I haven’t yet been to bed and it’s almost 2:30 on Monday afternoon. I actually had 85-90% of my song choices already picked out and in a Draft playlist and I was really just going to do what I call and “Push and Play” playlist: have all of the songs in one large playlist and just list the titles and artists in random order.
      BUT then last night I got this harebrained idea to do the post with a bar theme and to offer a menu of song selections based on the specific beverage. So then I had to split up and organize all the songs in separate playlists and then I had to write my intro…and THEN I decided to go find images to include with each of the menu items. So yeah, I’m actually just now finishing up with the tweaking and trying to make it look “pretty”. Sometimes being a “perfectionist” is exhausting! I’m used to it though. Been like this all my life. It’s why I’m half-crazy most of the time… 🙂

      I’ll be over to your place later today or tomorrow. I really need to get some sleep …and go grab some breakfast… 🙂


  2. Hi, Michele!

    What an intoxicating post! 🙂 I am punch drunk from listening to all these beverage songs. Hey, that reminds me that you forgot the Hawaiian Punch ad jingle.

    I also did not hear the granddaddy of all tequila songs “Tequila” by The Champs:

    I would also like to add one of my new beverage favorites “Lemonade” by Romanian singing star Alexandra Stan:

    99% of the songs you presented here are brand new to me. Of the new ones, a few jumped out as especially enjoyable, They include Vince Neil’s “Tats and Tequila,” Krystal Keith doing “Whiskey & Lace,” Turnpike Troubadours with “Gin, Smoke, Lies” and the one by Ne-Yo “Champagne Life.” I never even knew that Kiefer Sutherland is a recording artist. I enjoyed “Not Enough Whiskey,” the first single from Kiefer’s debut 2016 country album Down in a Hole. Of course, there are several familiar songs that are favorites of mine including “Have A Drink On Me” by AC/DC and “Beer Drinkers & Hell Raisers,” although I prefer the fierce cover by Butcher Babies:

    Other familiar faves include “Spill The Wine” by Eric Burdon & War, “Cold Gin” by Kiss, “Strange Brew” by Cream, “One Mint Julep” by Ray Charles and “No Milk Today” by Herman’s Hermits.

    Seems to me you did your homework, dearie. 🙂 You really poured it on in this salute to beverage songs. Enjoy the rest of your week, dear friend Michele!

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    • haha, I LOVE your humorous play on words in your comment Tom! It started with the first sentence and you peppered these clever witticisms throughout and including the final paragraph. That Hawaiian Punch ad song sure brought back the memories!
      And I absolutely cannot believe that I forgot the Champs “Tequila” song!!! How on earth did I miss that??? That is a perfect song for the Tequila menu and I’m actually going back in and add it to the menu playlist. I mean, I have to! It would almost be sacrilegious! You’ll get full credit though, I promise…

      Thanks for turning me onto Alexandra Stan and her song “Lemonade”. I like it!

      I was just telling John that usually my playlists are made up of songs that are meaningful in some way to me, either I really like them or they’ve been a lifelong favorite but in putting this Beverage themed playlist together I sure did find a lot of new-to-me songs. And that was fun. I do like each of the songs that I included though. Several that I considered didn’t make the cut because they didn’t interest me and others missed the boat because I ran out of time.

      I’m glad that I was able to present to you some new stuff and that you found some songs that you liked. Of the ones you mentioned as being old favorites, I feel the same way. With one exception. And this is probably no surprise to you: I couldn’t deal with Butcher Babies version of “Beer Drinkers and Hell Raisers”. Too much growly screaming vocals. ZZ Top’s version is probably my #1 favorite in all these songs. My Top Three would be ZZ Top’s song, Heart’s “White Lightning and Wine” and Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Whiskey Rock-a-Roller.”

      I popped over to Shady’s Place to see if you had a new post and see that I’ll be treated to a Natural Hy show. Like I told John, I’ll be over to your place either later today or tomorrow as right now I need to get some food and go to bed already!

      Thanks so much for coming over and spending a chunk of time here at Truhlik’s Tavern! (That was going to be the name of my actual bar but I figured too many people don’t know how to pronounce it or spell it!) This was fun thinking about my bar days while doing this post…

      talk soon.


      • Last night while trying to get to sleep, I thought of five more, Michele:

        Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood – “Summer Wine”

        “”Sticks” McGhee And His Buddies – “Drinkin’ Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee”

        Andy Williams – “Days Of Wine And Roses”

        Jimmy Gilmer & The Fireballs – “Bottle Of Wine”

        Dean Martin – “Little Old Wine Drinker Me”

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        • Dang Tom! I’m so glad you couldn’t sleep and thought of these associated gems! Some great wine songs here. I LOVE the Nancy Sinatra & Le Hazlewood’s “Summer Wine” — I also love Nancy’s yellow and black outfit and her very cool yellow guitar!
          I remember Andy Williams’ “Days of Wine and Roses”. Never heard of the Fireballs. That’s a cool band name. Those bands back in those days had such great names.
          I also really like Dean Martin’s “Little Ol’ Wine Drinker Me”. That’s a good song all the way around, the music and the vocals. I like the deep voiced end too.
          The one that really piqued my curiosity was Sticks McGhee’s “Drinkin’ Wine Spo Dee O Dee”. So I did a quick search on him and I’m sold! I was totally going to blow off this coming Monday’s 4M music post but, thanks to you for introducing me to this new-to-me artist, I’m going to do an Artist Spotlight on Sticks McGhee for my post on Monday! So thanks for that! He’s quite the character.

          Thanks for contributing all these wonderful songs for my Wine playlist! Good stuff! Makes me yearn for a little vino too… 🙂

          So many songs, so little time…
          Have a great weekend Tom! Hope you and the Mrs are doing something fun for the holiday weekend…


  3. Truhlik’s Bar is the place to be! I would be hanging out there, all the time. 😀 Did you serve Buffalo wings, too? 😉 What a fabulous group of playlists you put together here, Michele. CHEERS and kudos to you! Eric Burdon’s Spill the Wine is one of my favourite songs. ❤ Here's one that might fit the theme:


      • Hi Debbie! Thanks for comin’ by and pullin’ up a bar stool! Hey, this is a great addition! It’s a perfect song for the beginning playlist. I love it! I never heard this before. Rod Stewart is so awesome!

        I knew Eric Burdon’s “Spill the Wine” is one of your favorites. I remember you saying that a while back. So that one was for you. ❤ ❤ ❤

        I didn't serve Buffalo Wings at my bar. We didn't have a kitchen so no cooking. We did have a popcorn machine though. 🙂 And peanuts and for those late night munchies, we had microwave personal pizzas and taquitos! Stop laughing. When people are drunk, they'll eat just about anything… 🙂

        We did have some awesome parties though. We did a few pig roasts — those were crazy, a few of us sitting outside behind the bar roasting a pig all night long (sounds horrible now but back then…); and customers would bring their favorite dishes. We'd have potlucks and typical neighborhood bar type shindigs…
        Football game watch parties, pool tournaments, etc.
        It was a lot of fun — for a while anyway… And then it became a pain in the ass and that's when I sold it.
        (Open and own a neighborhood bar: Dream fulfilled. Check. Next… 🙂 )

        Thanks so much for coming by. Hey, when is your big trip coming up? It's in September, right??

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        • Sounds like that was a great time in your life, Michele. 😀 Good memories! “Cigarettes and Alcohol” is an Oasis song that Rod covered for his 1998 album “When We Were The New Boys”. I don’t think it sold too many copies, but I liked it.

          Yes, we are leaving in a few days (Sept. 6) and there are so many little details to take care of still! Kind of in panic mode now, yet, I still can’t leave the computer alone. 😉

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          • Aw, you’re leaving on my birthday! September 6th is a great day to kick off your trip. Remember that I travel vicariously through my customers and my friends like you, so know that I’m with ya in spirit over there! Have an amazing trip! Will look forward to hearing all about it when you get back.
            Vaya con Dios… Be safe over there. Above all, have fun exploring! ❤

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            • Thanks! ❤ HAPPY BIRTHDAY in advance. I'll be posting some pics on Instagram and Facebook when I get the chance, but no blogging. Too time-consuming and internet is expensive over there.


    • Thanks Alex! It’s been one of those wild and crazy weeks but I’ll be making the rounds to the other 4Mers today so I’ll see you over at your place in a bit. Will look forward to hearing Metallica’s version of “Whiskey in the Jar”…
      Thanks for stopping by.


  4. I’m coming to your bar! It’s hard to believe that there are even more out there, but they are! Including my favorite – Tennessee Whiskey. I love how you put so much into your posts. Hope you were able to finally get to bed!


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    • Hey Mary,
      Thanks for coming by to my Bar post! And thank you again for such a fun theme! This was a ton of fun with so many memories flooding my brain from my old bar days. Nostalgia is everything to me!
      You rock!


  5. >>… Let’s start with an introduction to the overall atmosphere where all kinds are welcome (well, almost all kinds. I’m keeping with the strict policy I had at my old bar: Sorry, no assholes allowed)…

    FINE! Be that way. I’ll just go back to THE OAR HOUSE on Main Street in Santa Monica, where I and my ilk feel welcomed. ;o)

    Actually, I didn’t need a drink so much as I wanted to know who won your last BOTB installment and is advancing to the final round. Was it ‘Black Dog’ or ‘I’ll Be Doggone’? I didn’t see a BOTB Results post, but being blind-drunk most of the time, perhaps I just missed it.

    OK… ‘Just A Song Before I Go’…

    This does not have the name of any alcohol, liquor, booze, hooch, red eye, spirits, juice, sauce, or evidence in the title, but it certainly mentions a few. And this song is a huge favorite of mine. (Always reminds me of a certain day on Catalina Island and the Daiquiris we consumed.)

    ~ Stephen

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    • Lol. Hey, there you are! (I wrote that note to you before I came back here to see the “new” comments that weren’t there when I was here the other day. I live in a quasi time-warp over here it seems…)
      Thanks for coming by Stephen. So the Oar House bar takes your kind, eh? Well, God love ’em! 🙂

      I didn’t post a Results post because a) I was holding out hoping for more votes to come in and b) I wanted it to be a surprise. But I’ll tell you now: Led Zeppelin’s Black Dog will be taking on Mary’s playoff winner Harry Chapin. It was a close race, and like you said, it was a tie until the very end, but Black Dog got two more votes than did Marvin Gaye’s “I’ll Be Doggone”. Honestly I was hoping it would be Marvin and Harry in the final championship. I voted for Marvin and I know you did too, so thank you. But it should still be a very interesting Championship. Two totally different songs but I think all of us in our generation are fans of both songs…for the most part anyway.

      Thanks for turning me on to Bruce Blackman’s “Doing Nothing”. It’s new to me and I really like it! Great music. I think I hear a violin in there, yeah? Very pleasant melody. And fun lyrics: I need “another Jose day” and “I’ll be doin’ nothing”….
      I need some of those days too! It’s been so long since I’ve had a “doin’ nothing” day…. I’m in serious need of a vacation….

      See you in a few days…


    • I love Tequila Sunrise. The song and the drink. I even remember the first time I had a tequila sunrise and the party I was at when it happened… 🙂
      And I love the Eagles. I was so impressed earlier this week (or maybe it was last week) when the Eagles moved into the Top Spot, beating out Michael Jackson with the best selling album. “The Eagles Greatest Hits (1971-1975)” just beat Jackson’s “Thriller” for Best Selling Album in History. Per the announcement on Monday: “the Recording Industry Association of America told the Associated Press that the Eagles’ 1976 compilation Their Greatest Hits (1971–1975) has been certified 38x platinum, surpassing the King of Pop’s monumental 1983 blockbuster Thriller, which has been certified 33x platinum. (An album is certified platinum each time its sales and streams reach one million.)”
      Very cool!
      Thanks for coming by and hanging out at my bar for a few minutes… 🙂


  6. There is hours and hours of songs here and so many that are great! I’d add Cole Porter’s “I get no kick from Champagne.” I almost think ABBA had some song involving a drink but I can’t think of it…too tired. I wonder if there’s is any song involving vodka or did I just pass right by this somehow, in which case, I blame all the alcohol I consumed

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    • Hey Birgit, Thanks for coming by. I wasn’t familiar with Cole Porter’s song that you mentioned and found that it was from the 1934 musical “Anything Goes”, sung my Ethel Murman. As soon as it started playing, I said “Oh, this is definitely from a musical!” No surprise that you’d b the one introducing it to me. Your favorite movie genre is musicals, right? I think I remember you saying that at some point on your blog during a Thursday’s Movie Pick post.

      Re: Abba, I don’t know either. And I’m too tired to go digging as it’s 4:45am and I have to get up in 2 hours… But I did a quick search to see if Abba had any songs with alcohol in the title but it just came back with articles on Benny Andersson’s alcohol addiction. I’ll have to dig further…after I get some much-needed sleep!

      talk soon. Thanks again for stopping in at my bar this week… 🙂


  7. Michele,

    Well, you certainly have a well stock bar with these song selections! I wouldn’t know the first thing about bellying up to the bar or having shots or drowning my sorrows over a glass of anything other than soda pop. 🙂 I’m a real stiff drinker, huh? *LOL* You have multiple extensive playlists, so I’m not gonna fool you girl by saying I listened to them because I have not. In fact, I think I’m just going to hit play while I do some chores. I have the first set going right now but I betcha you covered every song that everyone else shared this week. 🙂 You’re such an overachiever. I’m so jealous! *LOL* Nah, you did a fantastic job, my friend and as always it’s great to boogie with you! Have a blessed week and thanks for checking in with me to see how things are going with my ears. You’re dah-bomb!

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    • Thanks Cathy! Glad you stopped over and that you’re feeling better! And don’t worry about not listening to all my playlists. I know I overdo it and I’m really not trying to be an overachiever… I just like certain themes and then I go crazy with them. I don’t ever expect anyone to spend their time reading all my words or listening to all my playlists. They’re just there for the taking, is all.

      Hope you have a fun Labor Day weekend planned. Enjoy!


    • Lol. A 49ers fan, eh? Okay. Well we’ll have to see if they’re going to play each other in the upcoming season and make a bet! I did a quick search and discovered that Buffalo and San Francisco have played each other 12 times, with each team winning 6. So it’s a pretty even match at this stage of the game. The next time they meet will be interesting, huh? Let’s keep this in mind to keep our eye out for an opportunity to “play” if they have another meet…

      Thanks for coming over to my bar this week. I’ll be heading over to your place later today. I need some sleep right now. Have to get up in 2 hours so will see you in a little bit…


  8. Dang, one day you are going to publish all your posts in a huge Encyclopedia of Music but until then, I chose from here and there and, again, am amazed at what you came up with. My husband (who is a huge Led Zeppelin fan) applauds you for Tea for One, from their 3rd album, very bluesy song. But my favorite will remain “Tequila” by the Champs. I loved your “virtual” bar theme. Have a great week!


  9. Isn’t it amazing how many songs out there have a beverage in the title? 🙂 You’ve done the theme great justice, as usual! 🙂 Thanks for the awesome dance(s)! 🙂 Hope you’re having a great weekend! 🙂


  10. Michele, I’ll come stop by your bar any night! Or day, for when day drinking is called for.

    Most of these songs are new to me (especially the country ones), but I see some familiar favorites that it was good to jam to again. And rum may be my drink of choice, but my favorite songs go with Tequila.

    And What? It’s closing time, and you didn’t close out with Semitonic’s “Closing Time”? (I know it ‘s not a song with a beverage in the title, but it is a drinking song and keeping with the theme of your bar.


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