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Pop A Top  Alan Jackson

[G]Pop a top again  [C]Iâve ju[D]st got time for one [C]more round                  [G]
[C]Set ÎEm up [G]my friend, then Iâll be gone and you can let some other fool sit
down.
[C]Iâd like for you to listen to a joke I heard today from a woman who said she
was through
[D]And calmly walked away, I tri[G]ed to smile and did awhile and it felt so out
of place,
[G]Did you ever hear of a clown with teardrops streaming down his face.

CHORUS
[G]Pop a top again I[C] think Iâl[D]l hav[C]e another round         [G]
[C]Set Îem up [G]my friend, then Iâll be gone and you can let some other fool sit
down.

( instrumental segment )

[C]Home for me its misery and here Iâm wasting time, saw a row of fools on a
row of stools
[D]Itâs not whatâs on my mi[G]nd but then you see her leaving me itâs not what I
prefer
[G]So itâs either here just drinking beer or home remembering her.

CHORUS - then ãPop a top againä

NOTE: this song was recorded in the late sixties by a previous artist but
donât remember who it was, I think it was Buck Owens. Have fun!


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Originally recorded by Jim Ed Brown; written by Nat Stuckey