"Cass" as written by and Benjamin Nichols....
Five sisters and she's the one
More beauty than the setting sun
But she was much more than she showed
Something her form could not hold

She'd dance and flirt with all the boys
But all her beauty she would sooner destroy

The anchor of a soul cut loose to drift
The anchor of a soul cut loose to drift
The diffrence what was and what is
I ain't exactly sure
Think how young our fathers were

Indian and Irish blood
Long dark hair and an angels touch
A beauty no man could control
And somrthing her form could not hold

Think how young our fathers were
And that same night sky
Offers no answers why
Think how young our fathers were

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"Cass" as written by Benjamin Nichols

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    General Commentthis song is about "The most beautyful woman in town" a short story by Charles Bukowski.
    w33pson June 17, 2009   Link
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    My InterpretationI wrote a small article about the meaning behind this song here: rockgeni.us/2012/01/25/lucero-cass/

    As w33ps mentions, this story was inspired by Bukowski's "The Most Beautiful Woman in Town", which at the same time was inspired by Jane, one of Bukowski's wives.
    rockgenieon January 25, 2012   Link

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