"Worm Drink" as written by and Neil Fallon Dan Maines....
I'll march no longer
I'll fight no more
You can send out all the track snivlers
But I'm done with war

Wind him up, bring him back
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The Worm Drink is loose
Wind him up, bring him back
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The proof is in the juice

University Blvd.
New Hampshire Ave.
Tick Tock Liquor
Thunderbird

And now that we have totally lost all composure
We will wither from exposure beneath the sun

Wind him up, bring him back
Conscript deserter
The Worm Drink is loose
Wind him up, bring him back
Conscript deserter
The proof is in the juice

If you see me at the bottom
Please bring me my running shoes
And if you see me getting caught up
Yeah, you know what to do

I'll march no longer
I'm done with war
Send out your snivlers
But I'll march no more

Wind him up, bring him back
Conscript deserter
The Worm Drink is loose
Wind him up, bring him back
The proof is in the juice


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"Worm Drink" as written by Jean-paul Gaster Dan Maines

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    General Commentput the emphasis on "worm" and it rather self explanatory.

    worming out of responsibility primarily and everyone seems to be taking a hit of the "drink".
    jchvoidon August 07, 2009   Link
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    General CommentUniversity Boulevard. New Hampshire Avenue. Tick Tock Liquor. Thunderbird.

    And now that we have totally lost all composure, We will wither from exposure beneath the sun.

    Tick Tock Liquors is a liquor store on University Boulevard (thank you Google) and Thunderbird is a strong, cheap wine favoured by winos, which could certainly cause one to "lose all composure". I've only visited the states a couple of times, and never Maryland, but I've noticed that in contrast to the pasty-faced heroin addicts sleeping rough in Britain, America's homeless seem to be mostly drinkers, and all seem to be badly sunburned and leathery skinned, or "withered from exposure beneath the sun". Perhaps this song has more of a socio-political theme than immediately apparent?
    WormDrunkon March 21, 2012   Link

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