"The Minor Tough" as written by and John Britt Daniel....
I want to settle this bet and I don't want your shoulder instead
The minor tough's walking past again
A pure extension yeah
Reach in your pocket and pull out the pantleg of hate
Reach in your pocket and pull out the pantleg of hate
The hardcore will tell me not to say so
But now Keora where did your sadness go
You know I would go try and get through to you
If you weren't down at the back room
They're standing up the block and down the street
And they'll be out all night yeah
As I'm out in the car it comes to me
They're breaking up inside


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"The Minor Tough" as written by John Britt Daniel

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    General Comment"Reach in your pocket and pull out the pantleg of hate".

    What does this mean? Is the pantleg of hate the pocket lining when you have no change and you're angry cause you need money? Huh? I don't get it.

    The Back Room was a metal club in Austin on Riverside Drive that shut down about a year ago. I don't know if that's what they're referencing but I like to think it is when he sings, "I would go try and het through to you / if you weren't down at the Back Room".
    LoserNo1on June 19, 2007   Link

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