"Bite The Bullet" as written by and Ian Fraser/clarke Kilminster....
There's a bar hall queen down in Charlotte town.
I'd sure like to see her when the sun goes down.
I swear her hair is midnight black.
And I can't wait till I get back.

Carolina queen,
She's a walking love machine.
I'd like to make her scream,
When I bite the bullet.
Bite the bullet.

Born and raised at the top of the South.
You know she knows what it's all about.
Good old boys are coming from miles around.
Want to watch that bullet lay 'em down.

Carolina queen,
She's a walking love machine.
I'd like to make her scream,
When I bite the bullet.
Bite the bullet.

There's a bar hall queen down in Charlotte town.
I'd sure like to see her when the sun goes down.
Good old boys are coming from miles around.
Want to watch that bullet lay 'em down.

Carolina queen,
She's a walking love machine.
I'd like to make her scream,
When I bite the bullet.
Bite the bullet.


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"Bite the Bullet" as written by Neil Young

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    General CommentI think he's using a bullet as a similie for the "Bar Hall Queen". Must be.

    Awesome rhythm. Love when he sings the part about, "she was born and raised at the top of the south. You know she knows what it's all about!"
    JonnyMagicon September 11, 2009   Link
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    My InterpretationI'll take it a step further and say that I'm pretty sure that "the bullet" is a specific part of the Bar Hall Queen's anatomy... somewhere south. We'll leave it at that.
    corvettecowboyon October 11, 2011   Link

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