For someone I throw out of the bar, as I did Tuesday: Heart's "Kick It Out," Extreme's "Get the Funk Out," a little Rolling Stones: "I said, hey HEY, you YOU, get off of my cloud!", or perhaps a little scary Pink Floyd, "Run Like Hell!", or maybe for some people a little Michael Jackson so they can "Beat It!"
For people who think they're more important than other customers, that one line from The Who song: "Who the fuck are you? I really wanna know!"
For people who feel the need to flaunt their money to make themselves feel superior to staff or other guests, perhaps a little Aerosmith like "Eat the Rich." Great line from it: "Their attitudes may taste like shit, but go real well with wine! Eat the rich! That's the only thing they're good for!" Or perhaps a more subtle approach, with Pink Floyd's "Money": "Money, so they say
Is the root of all evil today..." Thin Lizzy, "Get Out of Here."
For people who whine about anything and everything, a little Jefferson Airplane: "Don't you want somebody to love? Don't you need somebody to love?" Or maybe a little "Positively 4th Street" from Mr. Bobby Dylan: "And now I know you're dissatisfied with your position and your place. Don't you understand it's not my problem?"
For people who don't realize that they are not the only person in the bar when the place is packed, Guns n' Roses' "Welcome to the Jungle."
For people who can't understand why I cut them off, a little Dead Kennedy's would be nice. Say, "Too Drunk to Fuck."
To customers who don't realize that closing time means it's time to go, a little Eric Burdon and The Animals: "We've Gotta Get Outta This Place!"
"The Customer Is Always Right...But The Bartender Decides Who Is Still A Customer."