"Up To My Neck In You" as written by and Malcolm Mitchell Young Angus Mckinnon Young....
Up to my neck in trouble
Up to my neck in strife
Up to my neck in misery
For most of my life I've been a fool
And you know what a fool can do

You came around when I needed you
Now I'm up to my neck in you

Up to my neck in pleasure
Up to my neck in pain
Up to my neck on a railroad track
Waitin' for the trains to come on through
Oh, you knew my time was due

You came around and you pulled me through
Now I'm up to my neck in you

Up to my neck in whiskey
Up to my neck in wine
Up to my neck in wishing
That this life wasn't mine
What can I do
Oh, what can I do

You did what no one else would do
Now I'm up to my neck in you


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"Up to My Neck in You" as written by Malcolm Mitchell Young Angus Mckinnon Young

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    General CommentReally I don't think too much about Gustavo
    Thaumatology8on July 17, 2015   Link
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    General Commenta friend of mine keeps playing that over and over.he's a big fan of kozelek. i also like he's voice and this one is good.still it reminds me of something else.is it a cover?
    veruskaon October 03, 2006   Link
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    General Commentof course, all the songs on "What's next to the moon" are covers of Bon Scott-era AC/DC stuff ! It's just one of the most splendid folk albums I've ever heard, and it can show anyone what a great lyricist Bon Scott was.
    The Dog That Ate...on April 29, 2007   Link

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