"Vice Rag" as written by and Ian Felice Auguste Arthur Bondy Iv....
Sweet, sweet cocaine
Won't you be all mine
Heart'll pound, my hands will shake
I'm doin' mighty fine

Sweet, sweet heroin
Won't you be all mine
I don't wanna feel a thing
Want nothin' on my mind

Sweet, sweet whiskey
Won't you be all mine
If you were to fill the ocean
I would drink it dry

Sweet, sweet devil
Won't you be all mine
Set this tired land aflame
It ain't worth a dime

Sweet, sweet Jesus
Won't you be all mine
If you take my sinner's hand
We'll walk down the line

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"Vice Rag" as written by Ian Felice Auguste Arthur Bondy Iv

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    General CommentPretty clear what this is about. The contrast between the upbeat melody and the downbeat lyrics is captivating. First Bondy song I ever heard, and from the very first line I was hooked for life.
    Forever27on July 20, 2010   Link

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