"Sugar Pill" as written by and Marcus Congleton....
Slip into the warm of a touch
When the photograph of so much
Once you're gone
I came home, but my key didn't unlock the door

Took a million for everyone
Time should have overcome
With your luck and my word
But I didn't have one

So I'll be on my own
You're more than I can lose
I love you for the time that you give
My sugar pill

Seven stories they'll have to climb
To find out what we've done
To let them all be gone
But can't you read the sign?

Burn me up and mix me with salt
Bluegrass and a walk on the sun
And the one visiting those
Just where they go

So I'll be on my own
You're more than I can lose
And now I'm taking more than my fill

My sugar pill
My sugar pill
My sugar pill
My sugar pill


Lyrics submitted by Madison5, edited by mtjarrott

"Sugar Pill" as written by Marcus Lee Congleton

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    General Commenti reread some of the lyrics and i know some are wrong. .but what does this song mean?
    Madison5on October 06, 2004   Link
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    General CommentIt is about going into depression after losing someone you love or care about deeply. Sugar Pills are often used to fight depression
    tharperon November 21, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI think the first stanza is:

    "Slip into the warmer touch
    with a photograph of some blonde
    Once you're gone
    I came home, but my key didn't like the door"

    Now, IF those are indeed the lyrics, then I think that casts the song in a slightly different light. I agree with tharper that it's about going into depression after losing someone. But I think the person he lost was the girl in the photograph, and despite having this other girl who's taken her place, he can't get over that original loss...so he's willing to let the new one go because of it.
    thermo4on October 09, 2006   Link

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