She walks to the store for some cat box sand
She stops for a drink and meets a man
He says I wish you were over now
He buys her a drink, they stumble to his house

She likes to drink with broken men
They sit at the bar and wait for it to end
She likes to drink with broken men
They sit at the bar and wait for it to end

Don't open the door on a friendless room
This person who came, couldn't come too soon
Then well, he says thanks for coming home
If not for the bar, I'd spend my life alone

She likes to drink with broken men
Sit at the bar and wait for it to end
She likes to drink with broken men
Sit at the bar and wait for it to end

She says, thanks for coming home
If not for the bar i'd spend my life alone

She likes to drink with broken men
They sit at the bar and wait for it to end
She likes to sleep with broken men
She lies on her back and hates for it to end


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Thursday Side Of The Street song meanings
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    General Commenti love this song, as well as every song by Knapsack. i get from this song, that a person has nothing and they are just waiting for something to come along to give them a sense of belonging. and it could come anywhere, at a bar, i guess. for me, i waited around my crappy job, and before i was about to quit, the greatest girl i have ever met started working. so, "if not for the *job*, id spend my life alone" but thats just me
    snowb1sp19on April 04, 2003   Link
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    General Commenti think the meaning is literal
    sonicseaon July 02, 2003   Link

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