"Hook In Her Head" as written by and Kristin Hersh....
Certain things I love,
Spend my time
I guess I'll have to unhook those hooks
This woman literally

Felt she had a hook in her head
Rip it up Live it down
Make it big
Keep it clean

Shake it off
Take him off
Take it off
Do him good

Keep it up
Shake it off
He's a fucking drag,
But if you don't then you watch him go

If you can you see it home,
You be strong
And when you die it's a shame
But you old life stays the same

She has a hook in her head
I saw this lady close her eyes
The bottle slipped between her fingers
And slid along the aisle

If I were a man I'd have a gun,
But I'm so bone tired
I'm so bone tired, I'm old
I watch the snow make slow time

I watch the snow cover up the bottle
So I can slip between
I will read the label from underneath
I wear the circle in my sleep


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"Hook in Her Head" as written by Kristin Hersh

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    General CommentA great guitar solo by an underappreciated guitarist. Tanya rocks.
    MamboManon February 22, 2012   Link
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    General CommentThis song is the flutter of thoughts in a dying mind. It's teenage angst at twenty four.
    It's pretty much about singular moments in time condenced with such truth that they have to be beautiful. I couldn't ever describe what this song is about, but it is more a part of me than I am myself, it is utterly, brutally, my whole existance muttered into a microphone and leaft out with the trash. I just know it, inside out, beat for beat as my own. I don't wish I had created it, it is more simplisticly truthful than i can admit.
    Other than that, follow on from Ellen West? some how stylisticly simalar.
    Yeah so i'm waxing lyrical. I shouldn't talk.
    Infinitemomenton February 13, 2012   Link

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