I say don't drink and drive
You might spill your drink
Before you get behind
That wheel, just stop and think
You can take your chances
But there's so much to lose
Another bumpy road,
There's so much wasted booze.
I'm not so worried
About how many I kill
I'm much more concerned
With how much beer I spill.
35% of accidents
Are cause by pixilated
The other 65% are not
Alcohol related.
What does this tell us
About the drunk drivers
They seem to have a
Better record than
The sober team.

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    General Commentthis song is sooo true..dont need to lose booze, just finish it before u get in..or at least stop to drink..lmmfao
    kleptoon June 02, 2002   Link
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    General CommentIs this song actually called 'Don't drink and drive'?
    On the back of the 'I heard they suck live' cd, it's called 'You drink, you drive, you spill nothing but a nightmare'.
    Much better name in my opinion...
    Another dead heroon October 03, 2004   Link
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    General CommentIt's; You Drink, You Drive, You Spill
    punon July 16, 2005   Link
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    General Commentthe figures dont lie...
    cheddaringoon September 01, 2006   Link
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    General Commentactually the figures do lie, anyone who knows anything about statistics could see that the comparison doesn't make any sense: The "sober team" is made up of a lot more people than the drunk team, therefore they cause proportionally more accidents than sober people. If people stopped drinking and driving then 100% would be not alcohol related. However, it's true that you don't have to be drunk to be a bad driver, there's plenty of sober people out there who suck too.
    kjeskeon January 27, 2007   Link
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    General Commentgee thanks for clearing that up while you're at it could you tell me whether or not i should smash my head into this brick wall because i'm just at a loss for an answer
    impon May 18, 2007   Link

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