"Until Morale Improves, the Beatings Will Continue" as written by and Matthew Taylor Armstrong Adam Michael Turla....
I walked the road
From Tucson to San Antonio
With the smell of blood on my breath

Ninety days
Of sweat and dirt
Feels like one night when you've got nothing left

Until there's nothing left to do but die

Buckshot is my bread
I'll drink whiskey instead of water
Because I can't stand to be sober in this place
Your hands on my face
Every step of the way
Trying to peel away the pain

Buckshot is my bread
I'll drink whiskey instead of water
Because I can't stand to be sober in this place
Your hands on my face
Every step of the way
Trying to peel away the pain

I'll drink whiskey instead of water
I'll drink whiskey instead of water
I'll drink whiskey instead of water
I'll drink whiskey instead of water


Lyrics submitted by prayingmantis84, edited by Mellow_Harsher

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    General CommentThis is one of my favorite songs by them because of the lines "buckshot is my bread, I'll drink whiskey instead of water......" I'm always singing that part to myself after hearing this song
    unionpunkgirlon May 25, 2004   Link

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