"Message To Mine" as written by and Mark Lanegan....
Oh, It's good
Baby, to make me forget
Oh, so good
Baby, so good to make me forget
Forget myself again
I walk down, the steps to the river
With my outfit, full set to deliver
And the minute it's done
There's nothin' but time
On a pay telephone, I send a message to mine
Yeah, it's good
So good baby
Because it makes me forget
Oh, so good
So good baby
Because it makes me forget
Forget myself again
Upstairs, slower on my feet
Got to get to the corner and I know it's getting late
At the cold polar ice
End of the line
If I don't wake up
Send a message to mine
Oh it's good
So good baby
Because it makes me forget, forget myself again
Seventeen steps down to the river
With my outfit, full set to deliver
And the floodlights shine
Blindin' my eye
On the pay telephone, I send a message to mine
Back down, early in the morning
Same building, different story
Well the room here's free and it's easy to find
The tricks of her frame send a message to mine
Yeah it's good


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"Message to Mine" as written by Mark Lanegan

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    General CommentWouldn't say that this is one of the bluesiest - although yes, it is a good song.
    I would rather say that it is about drugs and not some dragging of a body a pibsts state
    UncleJoeon March 16, 2009   Link
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    General Commentone of the blusiest songs by mark. it's not really like jazz, but has a nice organ and some crazy distorted guitar riffs in there.

    if you get this EP, then this song is worth the buy.

    the meaning of the lyrics are him getting arrested for maybe dragging a body to river and the cop seeing him. his message to mine is his one phone call. he basically could give a shit that he's in jail because he wants to forget the inncident?
    pibstson February 02, 2007   Link

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