In Some Corner (Brandy Clark)

In some corner, in some bar, somewhere Not too far, he's drinking scotch On the rocks. And watching the sweat of the glass rolled off In some corner, in some bar, somewhere There's a juke box playing Jones Keeping him company, being alone And right where the smoke meets neon light He's wrestling with a memory tonight In some corner, in some bar, somewhere I'd love to say I'm strong enough But if he'd put down that drink and called me up, I'd throw on my coat, and be right there. In some corner, in some bar, somewhere. In some corner In the back of my heart I know we're better being apart So I say a prayer Tonight he'll move on Then I pray even harder he'll pick up the phone. In some corner, in some bar, somewhere I'd love to say that I'm strong enough But if he would put down that drink and call me up, I'd throw on my coat and be right there. In some corner, in some bar, somewhere Oh everything I love was in a chair In some corner, in some bar, somewhere.