"All Of Them Ladies" as written by Glenn Easton Dormand, Matt Ford, Warrick John Leggo and Maree Therese Bonner....
All of them ladies in their summer dresses
Driving me crazy with their second wind
All of them ladies in their summer dresses
Driving me crazy with their heroin

I found your number I was feeling lucky
I wish I could call you after everything
All of them ladies in their summer dresses
Driving me crazy with their second wind

I should be sleeping but I'm out on the highway
Crosses and flowers they are everywhere
Lights on a raindrop hypnotize me
Calling your name and your not there

I watch the sunrise
Sea turns golden
I close my eyes and I am born again
I am surrounded by the things that we were
And we were happy in your second wind

All of them ladies in their summer dresses
Driving me crazy with their heroin
All of them ladies in their summer dresses
Driving me crazy with your heroin

I'm so sorry
I am sorry
I'm sorry about everything
I'm sorry
I'm sorry
I'm sorry
Heroin.


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"All of Them Ladies" as written by Glenn Easton Dormand Maree Therese Bonner

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    General CommentMy input. heard this song on pandora. pretty cool, huh. "All of them ladies in their summer dresses
    Driving me crazy with their second wind" I think it means he might be an ex drug addict. and ladies's second hand smoke is driving him crazy. Drivin me crazy with there heroin. or maybe hes anti drug or sick of drugs so it pisses him off to see these people on heroin and crap.

    second verse. took on a different turn. its obviously about a love life gone wrong. maybe when he was taking drugs, and it goes back to the mane lines. ill finish the rest later.
    Live105forevaon June 03, 2010   Link
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    General CommentLost a loved one to drugs.

    "Crosses and flowers they are everywhere" - He's in a cemetery, probably off the highway.

    "Calling your name and you're not there" - She's dead, probably from a heroin overdose

    "I watch the sunrise
    Sea turns golden
    I close my eyes and I am born again
    I am surrounded by the things that we were
    And we were happy in your second wind"

    -He stays there mourning all night until the sunrises, and as it does he closes his eyes and remembers their time together. I highly doubt second wind has anything to do with second hand smoke, more likely the second wind is a boost of energy from doing a drug.

    Then obviously he's apologizing for the way things turned out, maybe he introduced her to the drugs and regrets it, or maybe he just regrets not cleaning up sooner and helping her do the same.
    SwiftSteeleon October 13, 2011   Link

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