Louise & Jerry’s

Louise & Jerry’s set to re-open in Hoboken

Louise & Jerry's Hoboken NJ renovationAlmost two months since closing for renovations, Louise & Jerry’s at 329 Washington Street is almost set to open up again. One day next week, you’ll get to enjoy an ice-cold drink in a comfortable and relatively unpretentious watering hole again.

Some locals were a bit nervous that “L&J’s” would become “tool-infested,” and lose it’s charming Hoboken “dive bar” characteristics. But due to many age-related structural concerns, building codes, and other reasons, it was no-doubt time to spruce the joint up.

With beautiful exposed brick, and a custom-built mahogany bar, L&J’s still has a welcoming feel. A few flat tv’s, an upgraded pool table, energy-efficient LED lighting, improved HVAC are all positive changes to the Hoboken staple which has been part of the community for well over five decades.

Others missed the “old school” CD jukebox, and were concerned with the “web connected” digital player. But apparently you can still request any classic songs to be included in the choices, and bartenders can over-ride the device if some musically-challenged idiot decides to play $20 worth of Katy Perry songs.

Welcome back, L&J’s!

Description: Bar with Juke Box, Pool Table
Address: 329 Washington St, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Telephone: (201) 656-9698

Louise & Jerry’s in Hoboken, NJ renovates

7/28/2014 Update:

Louise & Jerry’s is one of the last remaining “dive bars” in Hoboken. Now they’re under renovation.

Owner Anthony Romano hopes to re-open quickly, but expect this to take until mid- to late-August at least.

Hopefully it remains a dive bar and doesn’t turn into a tool-magnet.

Louise Jerrys Hoboken NJ renovation

Louise Jerrys Hoboken NJ interior renovation

Louise & Jerry’s Review {2006}

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Louise and Jerry’s is one of the most reliable and straightforward places to drink in Hoboken.
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People used to complain about the bar being smokey, now people complain that they have to go outside to smoke. Can’t please everyone.

Great place for locals to gather, excellent jukebox with no commercial crap, friendly no-nonsense bar staff.

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You can have a decent conversation with people and it tends not to attract the same wanna-be crowds that some of the other bridge and tunnel bars do. Some spillover occasionally from Nine.

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Some people even make out in this bar!!

Standard bar fun such as pool and a Big Buck Hunter video game to appease the individuals with ADD.

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Overall it’s a bit small, and the men’s room is very narrow. Not much else to complain about.

One of the best in Hoboken!

71 Responses

  1. midtownauthentic says:

    I like this place a lot. Much better than FarSide where Sunday night i bought 11 drinks and no buy back?

    • pawzclawz says:

      I remember a night years ago. I was in Farside. I don’t expect buybacks. It’s great when they happen. In any case. There was a woman sitting next to me. All she did was complain about how unpleasant the bartender was and how she didn’t get a buyback. I don’t know how long she was there or what she spent. I live further away now. It’s been a long time since I was in Farside. They have never been known for a buyback unless something has changed. It doesn’t sound like it has.

      In response to midtownauthentic who said:

      I like this place a lot. Much better than FarSide where Sunday night i bought 11 drinks and no buy back?

    • pawzclawz says:

      I have another Farside story. I was in there with my late boyfriend one night. When we left. I left my credit card in there. I didn’t realize it until the following day. I called The Farside. They said my card was there. The card was in lousy shape. The magnetic strip was peeling off. My late boyfriend and I went to retrieve my card. It was a few hours after I called. The bartender couldn’t find it. I told him. I knew it was there. I described it. He said. I thought this card was junk. I threw it away. He took it from the trash and handed it to me. I was livid. My late boyfriend was like don’t make a scene. Let’s just leave. The bartender was the unpleasant one that the woman had complained about.

      In response to midtownauthentic who said:

      I like this place a lot. Much better than FarSide where Sunday night i bought 11 drinks and no buy back?

  2. pawzclawz says:

    I love Louise & Jerry’s. It’s like alot of other places. I don’t go in there enough. It’s pretty living uptown. I feel exiled.

  3. ericwestham says:

    I walked in there once with a jacket and tie and the bartender looked at me like i had two heads. Not very welcoming. Never going back. Although the backyard is ok.

    • ericwestham says:

      I’m talking about Farside.

      In response to ericwestham who said:

      I walked in there once with a jacket and tie and the bartender looked at me like i had two heads. Not very welcoming. Never going back. Although the backyard is ok.

      • midtownauthentic says:

        everywhere i go it is usually buy 3 and get 1 on house, some places 2 then 1, depending on my frequency. it was me and 2 colleagues, we left sober and were stunned that we bought 11 drinks and not even a free glass of water? ill never go back and ill never tell anyone to go, stay far away from the far side

        In response to ericwestham who said:

        I’m talking about Farside.

      • plywood says:

        Depends on the venue. For example – Arthur’s no buybacks at all, nightly inventory to enforce. Farside is all over the map on this policy in my experience. Many places are looking for heavy handed tipping up front before “buy back” kicks in. However, obviously, if you tip like crazy, it’s not really a “buy back”, but at the end of the day one is usually ahead of the game financially.
        ……………………………
        Man ( hung over, comes into bar at 10 AM, frantic): Did I come in here last night and spend $50?

        Bartender: Yes you did.

        Man: Thank goodness! I thought I lost it.

        In response to midtownauthentic who said:

        everywhere i go it is usually buy 3 and get 1 on house, some places 2 then 1, depending on my frequency. it was me and 2 colleagues, we left sober and were stunned that we bought 11 drinks and not even a free glass of water? ill never go back and ill never tell anyone to go, stay far away from the far side

  4. JJB says:

    I never have a problem getting buybacks.

  5. plywood says:

    What is your secret to success (and please don’t say not telling archaic jokes)?

    • JJB says:

      Sending my woman in first to warm up the bartenders. That works sometimes. What really works is going to places early when they are dead. I used to go out at 4pm once of twice a week in Hoboken (sometimes on a Saturday too) and just got to know bartenders at 2-3 different bars. They started giving me good deals and I started tipping better and then it snowballed. Bartenders move bars and I followed. Now I have about 7-8 bars I know I can get good deals in. I just usually leave 20 bucks at the end fo the night for the bartender.

      In response to plywood who said:

      What is your secret to success (and please don’t say not telling archaic jokes)?

      • midtownauthentic says:

        how does your woman “warm up the bartenders”?

        In response to JJB who said:

        Sending my woman in first to warm up the bartenders. That works sometimes. What really works is going to places early when they are dead. I used to go out at 4pm once of twice a week in Hoboken (sometimes on a Saturday too) and just got to know bartenders at 2-3 different bars. They started giving me good deals and I started tipping better and then it snowballed. Bartenders move bars and I followed. Now I have about 7-8 bars I know I can get good deals in. I just usually leave 20 bucks at the end fo the night for the bartender.

      • plywood says:

        Be careful you don’t miss the point. Post #35 is worth at least half-a-mil over a drinking career in the right hands.

        In response to midtownauthentic who said:

        how does your woman “warm up the bartenders”?

  6. plywood says:

    Ref #35. Spoken as a true professional. Finally a post worth reading during election season. I salute you! However, slightly skeptical about claim of having “woman” do re-con / soften up. Cheers!

  7. ericwestham says:

    midtownauthentic you are letting the cat out of the bag. :)

    • midtownauthentic says:

      Cat or no cat, i paid for 11 drinks and got a 60 $ bill. Unless I assume wrong, at a minimum buy 10 get 1 free did not apply here!! I felt insulted. Not sure if it was a new bartender or the boss was in the house but i really was annoyed. I had 2 and my friends had 2 each and i bought the people next to me, my customers, a round as well. I did leave a 15% tip anyway. A very bad taste was left in my mouth. As customers we have etiquette and the same should go for the establishment i think imho

      In response to ericwestham who said:

      midtownauthentic you are letting the cat out of the bag. :)

      • Furey says:

        Midtown, a few suggestions from an ex-bartender (and my Rule #3):

        “Rule 3: Tabs are good (but only with a bartender you know).: Some people like to give their credit card to a bartender and keep their tabs open until the end of the night. This is a ok, as long as you can trust your bartender. The problem is that if the bartender doesn’t know you or doesn’t care – you don’t know until the end of the night if they are going to take care of you (with buybacks – more on those later). Until you establish yourself in a bar as a regular, I wouldn’t keep a tab. Pay cash, and make sure you stick to a good tipping rule of thumb. After a few weekends at the same bar, any good bartender should be able to recognize you & what you drink.”

        and more about buybacks on my Rule #5:
        “Rule 5: Never ask for a buyback: Technically buybacks are illegal and no bar in town should be giving out “free” drinks. But it still happens. There can be a hundred reasons why the bartender didn’t give you a buyback, but never complain if it happens once. If you are a consistently good tipper, and it happens on multiple occasions – I would just go somewhere else or scale back on the tipping (I would still tip, but keep it modest). Like I said before, a good bartender should take care of a good patron. A good bartender isn’t going to take care of a CHEAP patron.”

        In response to midtownauthentic who said:

        Cat or no cat, i paid for 11 drinks and got a 60 $ bill. Unless I assume wrong, at a minimum buy 10 get 1 free did not apply here!! I felt insulted. Not sure if it was a new bartender or the boss was in the house but i really was annoyed. I had 2 and my friends had 2 each and i bought the people next to me, my customers, a round as well. I did leave a 15% tip anyway. A very bad taste was left in my mouth. As customers we have etiquette and the same should go for the establishment i think imho

      • midtownauthentic says:

        Furey i didnt ask for anything, i have gone in to many bars in this town known or unknown and have always gotten at least 1 buyback. it was sunday night and the place was near empty maybe 15 heads. from my point of view if i was a bartender and place was near empty a good ole “this one is on me” would yield id expect a nice tip at the end. and judging on what i was ordering i should have been considered a good tipper as i was top shelfing it

        In response to Furey who said:

        Midtown, a few suggestions from an ex-bartender (and my Rule #3):

        “Rule 3: Tabs are good (but only with a bartender you know).: Some people like to give their credit card to a bartender and keep their tabs open until the end of the night. This is a ok, as long as you can trust your bartender. The problem is that if the bartender doesn’t know you or doesn’t care – you don’t know until the end of the night if they are going to take care of you (with buybacks – more on those later). Until you establish yourself in a bar as a regular, I wouldn’t keep a tab. Pay cash, and make sure you stick to a good tipping rule of thumb. After a few weekends at the same bar, any good bartender should be able to recognize you & what you drink.”

        and more about buybacks on my Rule #5:
        “Rule 5: Never ask for a buyback: Technically buybacks are illegal and no bar in town should be giving out “free” drinks. But it still happens. There can be a hundred reasons why the bartender didn’t give you a buyback, but never complain if it happens once. If you are a consistently good tipper, and it happens on multiple occasions – I would just go somewhere else or scale back on the tipping (I would still tip, but keep it modest). Like I said before, a good bartender should take care of a good patron. A good bartender isn’t going to take care of a CHEAP patron.”

      • Furey says:

        And that’s why I point out that a “GOOD BARTENDER” would recognize this.

        There are bad bartenders out there and it happened at Farside…once.

        So instead of damning the entire bar, the owners and the other bartenders – you got a night where a bartender didn’t take care of you. My future suggestions are simple:

        1. At a new bar, pay each drink in cash. Leave a nice tip after each drink ($1 is normal, $2 is nice of you or you can just leave a $5 on the first drink to “establish” yourself to the bartender and leave $1 or $2 after each drink).

        2. Figure that if you are tipping after each drink, I would expect that you should get a buyback around the 4th drink. If you don’t, well – there could be a hundred reasons why, but don’t let it phase you this time.

        3. Try the bar again. Same way…pay cash and tip cash.

        4. Once you become known at a bar, run a tab with a bartender who knows your tipping habits. GOOD BARTENDERS will take care of you.

        5. If the bar, or the bartender isn’t taking care of you – take your business elsewhere. There’s 80 other bars in town to choose from with lots of good bartenders who know how to serve good tipping customers.

        In response to midtownauthentic who said:

        Furey i didnt ask for anything, i have gone in to many bars in this town known or unknown and have always gotten at least 1 buyback. it was sunday night and the place was near empty maybe 15 heads. from my point of view if i was a bartender and place was near empty a good ole “this one is on me” would yield id expect a nice tip at the end. and judging on what i was ordering i should have been considered a good tipper as i was top shelfing it

      • matt_72 says:

        Completely agree. Only one thing I would point out, don’t judge a bartender on if they are good or bad when the bar is a mob scene. Also, if you do the $2 tip, don’t be surprised if you get your buyback a little early from a bartender you know well.

        Furey – can you suggest some good bartenders and days/times they work? Or is that a no-no b/c some people know you?

        In response to Furey who said:

        And that’s why I point out that a “GOOD BARTENDER” would recognize this.

        There are bad bartenders out there and it happened at Farside…once.

        So instead of damning the entire bar, the owners and the other bartenders – you got a night where a bartender didn’t take care of you. My future suggestions are simple:

        1. At a new bar, pay each drink in cash. Leave a nice tip after each drink ($1 is normal, $2 is nice of you or you can just leave a $5 on the first drink to “establish” yourself to the bartender and leave $1 or $2 after each drink).

        2. Figure that if you are tipping after each drink, I would expect that you should get a buyback around the 4th drink. If you don’t, well – there could be a hundred reasons why, but don’t let it phase you this time.

        3. Try the bar again. Same way…pay cash and tip cash.

        4. Once you become known at a bar, run a tab with a bartender who knows your tipping habits. GOOD BARTENDERS will take care of you.

        5. If the bar, or the bartender isn’t taking care of you – take your business elsewhere. There’s 80 other bars in town to choose from with lots of good bartenders who know how to serve good tipping customers.

      • Furey says:

        I agree Matt. When a bar is slammed, its hard to expect that the bartender is going to stop and remember to give a buyback, but when I was busy and had a corner bar with my “regulars”, I would always send down free shots or comp when I could – you can get away with more when the register is ringing vs a slow night.

        Don’t know if I can suggest individual bartenders. Some owners frown on the idea of buybacks and others are cool about it. I have zero doubt that the bartenders at Mulligan’s will take care of you, for example. Moran’s has always been a good bar, too.

        In response to matt_72 who said:

        Completely agree. Only one thing I would point out, don’t judge a bartender on if they are good or bad when the bar is a mob scene. Also, if you do the $2 tip, don’t be surprised if you get your buyback a little early from a bartender you know well.

        Furey – can you suggest some good bartenders and days/times they work? Or is that a no-no b/c some people know you?

      • justaview says:

        looking for a ride on the liquor gravy train?

        In response to matt_72 who said:

        Completely agree. Only one thing I would point out, don’t judge a bartender on if they are good or bad when the bar is a mob scene. Also, if you do the $2 tip, don’t be surprised if you get your buyback a little early from a bartender you know well.

        Furey – can you suggest some good bartenders and days/times they work? Or is that a no-no b/c some people know you?

  8. ericwestham says:

    You sorta have to establish a reputation for yourself with tipping. I believe there is such a thing as drinking etiquette.

    • plywood says:

      Bullseye. Buybacks: Tip early and often, pay cash, be a regular, keep your act clean, no yelling. It’s a business, and guess what, on a buyback the bartender usually isn’t doing it because they think you’re a great guy. They want a piece of the $ you aren’t giving to the house.

      In response to ericwestham who said:

      You sorta have to establish a reputation for yourself with tipping. I believe there is such a thing as drinking etiquette.

      • justaview says:

        Years ago just being a regular was good enough for a kickback. Where’d the good old days go!

        In response to plywood who said:

        Bullseye. Buybacks: Tip early and often, pay cash, be a regular, keep your act clean, no yelling. It’s a business, and guess what, on a buyback the bartender usually isn’t doing it because they think you’re a great guy. They want a piece of the $ you aren’t giving to the house.

      • Furey says:

        I think being a regular still gets you buybacks. But you have to “establish” yourself to BE a regular. Even if you go to a local pub, have 3 drinks and go home once a week over a month, and leaving a “normal” tip will establish you to any bar.

        But if you walk in off the street to a pub you don’t regularly frequent, slap down a credit card and buy drink after drink – it will be hit or miss on getting a buy back. I would have given one, no doubt, especially to a top shelf drinker.

        My suggestions are simply advice to those who sometimes don’t “get it”. Tipping is the way to any bartenders heart. :)

        In response to justaview who said:

        Years ago just being a regular was good enough for a kickback. Where’d the good old days go!

      • justaview says:

        I have to disagree with that, a bartender is working for their tips and if he or she doesn’t show me a kick than I will tip accordingly. Per old school

        In response to Furey who said:

        I think being a regular still gets you buybacks. But you have to “establish” yourself to BE a regular. Even if you go to a local pub, have 3 drinks and go home once a week over a month, and leaving a “normal” tip will establish you to any bar.

        But if you walk in off the street to a pub you don’t regularly frequent, slap down a credit card and buy drink after drink – it will be hit or miss on getting a buy back. I would have given one, no doubt, especially to a top shelf drinker.

        My suggestions are simply advice to those who sometimes don’t “get it”. Tipping is the way to any bartenders heart. :)

      • matt_72 says:

        So you expect the bartender to give you a buyback on spec not knowing if you are a cheapskate or not? Chances are “your” buyback will go to a regular like me b/c the bartender knows for a fact I will leave a respectable tip.

        In response to justaview who said:

        I have to disagree with that, a bartender is working for their tips and if he or she doesn’t show me a kick than I will tip accordingly. Per old school

      • justaview says:

        And do you tip the waitress before you check out their service Matt? They have to earn their money, I tip accordingly!

        In response to matt_72 who said:

        So you expect the bartender to give you a buyback on spec not knowing if you are a cheapskate or not? Chances are “your” buyback will go to a regular like me b/c the bartender knows for a fact I will leave a respectable tip.

      • matt_72 says:

        A buyback isn’t free service, it is free product. There is a very big difference, but I am sure you don’t quite get it which is why you probably don’t get as many buybacks from as many bartenders as some other folks get.

        In response to justaview who said:

        And do you tip the waitress before you check out their service Matt? They have to earn their money, I tip accordingly!

      • plywood says:

        Good idea to leave a tip when served the first drink. Say $8 drink, leave $2. Get it going. Otherwise it’s like being in front of a fireplace saying “I’ll give you more wood when you give me more heat”.

        In response to justaview who said:

        And do you tip the waitress before you check out their service Matt? They have to earn their money, I tip accordingly!

      • justaview says:

        Boo

        In response to matt_72 who said:

        So you expect the bartender to give you a buyback on spec not knowing if you are a cheapskate or not? Chances are “your” buyback will go to a regular like me b/c the bartender knows for a fact I will leave a respectable tip.

  9. JJB says:

    Wow I didn’t relize I was special.

  10. plywood says:

    And also Furey – do people actually ASK FOR buybacks (your rule 5)?!? That sounds like an obnoxious move – probably counterproductive. I would think the last thing one would want to suggest is an unwillingness to open their wallet.

    • Furey says:

      Yep! I would get the guy at the end of the bar who would be the 1 in 500 kind of guy and grumble about getting a freebee. Or better yet would be the regulars who would grumble when I gave them their tab saying with a passive agressive comment: “Oh, Johnny (the other bartender fake name I made up) wouldn’t make me pay THIS much. He’s much nicer to me.”

      Yep. I would actually get that from regulars when I would do a 1 for 3 buyback rule.

      In response to plywood who said:

      And also Furey – do people actually ASK FOR buybacks (your rule 5)?!? That sounds like an obnoxious move – probably counterproductive. I would think the last thing one would want to suggest is an unwillingness to open their wallet.

      • justaview says:

        Fiction

        In response to Furey who said:

        Yep! I would get the guy at the end of the bar who would be the 1 in 500 kind of guy and grumble about getting a freebee. Or better yet would be the regulars who would grumble when I gave them their tab saying with a passive agressive comment: “Oh, Johnny (the other bartender fake name I made up) wouldn’t make me pay THIS much. He’s much nicer to me.”

        Yep. I would actually get that from regulars when I would do a 1 for 3 buyback rule.

      • Furey says:

        Oh, the days of working at Dipper’s…now Mikie Squared. All facts, buddy.

        In response to justaview who said:

        Fiction

      • plywood says:

        barfly’s handbook: “Winning Through Intimidation” – Robert J. Ringer

        In response to Furey who said:

        Oh, the days of working at Dipper’s…now Mikie Squared. All facts, buddy.

      • pawzclawz says:

        Wow! I just can’t believe that people would be that rude and obnoxious.

        In response to Furey who said:

        Yep! I would get the guy at the end of the bar who would be the 1 in 500 kind of guy and grumble about getting a freebee. Or better yet would be the regulars who would grumble when I gave them their tab saying with a passive agressive comment: “Oh, Johnny (the other bartender fake name I made up) wouldn’t make me pay THIS much. He’s much nicer to me.”

        Yep. I would actually get that from regulars when I would do a 1 for 3 buyback rule.

      • Furey says:

        Well they were regulars, who are sort of a quasi friend / customer that often visits the bar. You want to take care of your regulars, but some bartenders were more “generous” than others. At Dipper’s we had one bartender in particular who was a generous with buybacks to the customers, drew a good crowd and could get away with giving out tabs for $10 to regulars who probably drank $40-50 worth of beer/shots/booze. The regular would pay the $10 tab, tip $20 and everyone was happy. The regular still saved $20 in free drinks, the bartender made a nice tip and the owner gets a recurring crowd of regulars on popular nights (and a crowd draws a crowd in the bar business).

        Problem is that then the regulars would get a tab from me for $20 (after drinking, again, $40 worth of booze or so) and gripe about it to another regular – or sometimes straight to my face with a “Johnny takes care of me more” comment (and they usually were drunk when saying this and not necessarily being mean, just a passive aggressive comment they would make hoping that I would be “nicer” to them in the future).

        Yes, dumb and petty, and stuff as a bartender you just roll your eyes over.

        In response to pawzclawz who said:

        Wow! I just can’t believe that people would be that rude and obnoxious.

      • pawzclawz says:

        You definately do want to take care of regulars. There’s times when you can’t. You can’t give a buyback. You can’t overpour. The boss may be around. That was rarely the case in Dipper’s. My late boyfriend knew the owner of Dipper’s. He wouldn’t work in Dipper’s. He had an issue with giving regulars more alcohol and a lower tab. He felt he was screwing the owner/friend. In any case expecting and asking for a buyback is IMHO rude,obnoxious,selfish,childish,petty and counterproductive.

        In response to Furey who said:

        Well they were regulars, who are sort of a quasi friend / customer that often visits the bar. You want to take care of your regulars, but some bartenders were more “generous” than others. At Dipper’s we had one bartender in particular who was a generous with buybacks to the customers, drew a good crowd and could get away with giving out tabs for $10 to regulars who probably drank $40-50 worth of beer/shots/booze. The regular would pay the $10 tab, tip $20 and everyone was happy. The regular still saved $20 in free drinks, the bartender made a nice tip and the owner gets a recurring crowd of regulars on popular nights (and a crowd draws a crowd in the bar business).

        Problem is that then the regulars would get a tab from me for $20 (after drinking, again, $40 worth of booze or so) and gripe about it to another regular – or sometimes straight to my face with a “Johnny takes care of me more” comment (and they usually were drunk when saying this and not necessarily being mean, just a passive aggressive comment they would make hoping that I would be “nicer” to them in the future).

        Yes, dumb and petty, and stuff as a bartender you just roll your eyes over.

  11. lokelyokel says:

    Eff it. All this overtipping to get a buyback? Seems to be more expensive than the regular cost of a drink. I’ll just tip regular and end up saving money in the end.

  12. midtownauthentic says:

    I rarely carry cash, i guess next time i leave a card with the barmaid, i’ll leave a 10 spot upfront and just say, when you see us empty, fill us up? And maybe me matt furey justaview and plyguy, lets write a book about this and make some mulah

  13. justaview says:

    When you are sad and lonely and have no place to go
    Call me up, sweet baby, and bring along some dough
    And well go honky tonkin, honky tonkin
    Honky tonkin, honey baby
    Well go honky tonkin round this town.

    When you and your baby have a fallin out
    Just call me up sweet mama and well go steppin out
    And well go honky tonkin, honky tonkin
    Honky tonkin, honey baby
    Well go honky tonkin round this town.

    Were goin to the city – to the city fair
    If you go to the city then you will find me there
    And well go honky tonkin, honky tonkin
    Honky tonkin, honey baby
    Well go honky tonkin round this town.

    • lokelyokel says:

      WTF…what is this a kooky song?

      In response to justaview who said:

      When you are sad and lonely and have no place to go
      Call me up, sweet baby, and bring along some dough
      And well go honky tonkin, honky tonkin
      Honky tonkin, honey baby
      Well go honky tonkin round this town.

      When you and your baby have a fallin out
      Just call me up sweet mama and well go steppin out
      And well go honky tonkin, honky tonkin
      Honky tonkin, honey baby
      Well go honky tonkin round this town.

      Were goin to the city – to the city fair
      If you go to the city then you will find me there
      And well go honky tonkin, honky tonkin
      Honky tonkin, honey baby
      Well go honky tonkin round this town.

  14. plywood says:

    it’s all relative albeit inexcusable. Hate to say it but alcohol brings out the worst in people and nothing good happens after midnight.

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