"Sadness & Whiskey" as written by and Mitchell....
I don't want to be a lone guy anymore
Now I've found a love my life's worth living for
Never going back to god knows where I've been
That's a dying scene
I don't want to be that sentimental guy
Always dreaming of the years that passed him by
All the time forgetting what he holds on to
And for me it's you

That's why I'm hanging up my boots
This time you know it's true

Do you remember 'bout the time when we first me
How were we to ever know what to expect
Looking back at all the crazy crazy times
Wishing you were mine

Now I'm sitting on the front step of our house
Just awaiting you to drive your car around
If I didn't stink of sadness and whiskey
Could you marry me'

Cos this is where I'll always be
Come home and you will see

Oh my love
Oh my love
Oh my love

Now I'm sitting on the front step of our house
Just awaiting you to turn your car around
If I didn't stink of sadness and whiskey
Could you marry me'

'Cause you are where I'll always be
Come home and you will see


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    General CommentMy favourite on the album. Pretty straight forward in terms of the song meaning.
    klson March 16, 2007   Link

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