Smoke In a Bar Lyrics

These are the lyrics to song Smoke In a Bar as performed by Travis Tritt

Lyrics to song Smoke In a Bar by Travis Tritt

Daddies were Daddies and Mamas were saints
What preachers were preaching
You could take to the bank
Kids played outside
Up until it turned to dark
When the world turned slower
And you could smoke in a bar

Trucks took a beating
The working man too
You could turn on the six o' clock
And get the whole truth
A seat belt was a backup
For Mamas right arm
When the world turned slower
And you could smoke in a bar

My, oh my!
How times have changed
But man sometimes I miss them old days
They say we've come a long way
But I'd say it's a little bit too far
From when the world turned slower
And you could smoke in a bar

Neighbors came by and talked on the porch
We all said goodnight
And never locked the front door
Even downtown
You could still see the stars
When the world turned slower
And you could smoke in a bar

My, oh my!
How times have changed
But man sometimes I miss them old days
They say we've come a long way
But I'd say it's a little bit too far
From when the world turned slower
And you could smoke in a bar

A deal was a deal
When you shook a man's hand
When we saw the flag flying
We all gave a damn

My, oh my!
How times have changed
But man sometimes I miss them old days
They say we've come a long way
But I'd say it's a little bit too far
From when the world turned slower
And you could smoke in a bar
From when the world turned slower
And you could smoke in a bar

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