Wynonna & the Big Noise - Jesus and a Jukebox

They were two of a kind for the longest time
Till not too long ago
Evelyn's eyes were a fire in the sky where there would've been just a hole
Steady as a rockin' chair, honest like a grandma's prayer
Now he's lonely as the night is long with her gone

Jesus and a jukebox brings comfort to his soul
One says he'll see her again, one helps him let her go
He carries that old cross right down to the last bar on the block
Praise the Lord and thank God for Jesus and a jukebox

Miss Evelyn tried her whole life to help the old man believe
There ain't nothin' wrong with a Willie song
But it ain't all you're gonna need
But give a man a lot of hurt and he'll learn a different kinda verse
Ain't it funny what he's leanin' on with her gone?


Jesus and a jukebox brings comfort to his soul
One says he'll see her again, one helps him let her go
He carries that old cross right down to the last bar on the block
Praise the Lord and thank God for Jesus and a jukebox, Jesus and a jukebox

Watch him drop a quarter in and top it off with an amen

Jesus and a jukebox brings comfort to his soul
One says he'll see her again one helps him let her go
He carries that old cross right down to the last bar on the block
Praise the Lord and thank God for Jesus and a jukebox, Jesus and a jukebox

They were two of a kind for the longest time
Till not too long ago

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