"Drunkards Worst Nightmare" as written by Kelly Crisp and Ivan Howard....
She's buck wild with her clothes off every night
Chasing till the morning light
She travels with her toothpaste in her bag
Always trying to find her man

He travels in a train in back
Another heart's gone black
But nature needs a gift sometimes
But she don't believe
That heaven's too far away

She's buck wild with her clothes off every night
Starring till the morning light
She travels with her suitcase in her van
Never will she find her man

He takes another train in back
Another heart attack
But nature needs a lift sometimes
But she don't believe
Forever's so far away


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"Drunkards Worst Nightmare" as written by Kelly Crisp Ivan Howard

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    General CommentI love this song. Obviously it's about a girl that using promiscuity as a crutch. She is searching for her man and has all of her overnight things with her because she is prepared to stay out all night. However, she doesn't believe that heaven's too far away. This always makes me think of the NMH line that "god is a place where some holy spectacle lies" and that her extravagance kind of denotes that her heaven can be achieved on Earth. This guy, on the other hand, is in the train with a black heart, possibly just suffered some sort of heartbreak. In the end, the promiscuous girl doesn't believe forever is too far away and the boy is again on the train with a broken heart. Maybe they are meant to be together, but are both searching for the wrong people.
    kaitlingraceon June 25, 2008   Link

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