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ANOTHER PLACE, ANOTHER TIME (Jerry Chesnut) Jerry Lee Lewis - 1968 Bill Phillips - 1968 Jack Greene - 1968 Also recorded by: Ronnie McCoury; Arthur Alexander. One by one they're turning out the lights I've been feeding that old jukebox just to hold you tight Guess it's for the best I just put in my last dime Heard you whisper we'd meet again, another place, another time Chairs are stacked all over tables and it's closing time they say I could wait right here forever if they'd only let me stay Anywhere would be much better than that lonely room of mine And the sleepless nights are waitin' for another place, another time Won't that room of mine be a lonely place to be After I've been holding you so close to me And won't that old stairway be a little hard to climb To a lonely room to wait for another place, another time Won't that old stairway be a little hard to climb To a lonely room to wait for another place, another time

    


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