Darling, darling, darling dear
You left me on the hottest day
Oh darling, darling, darling dear
You left me on the hottest day

I gave up on whiskey and beer
Better, no
I gave up on whiskey and beer
And am I happier, no

I tried my best to be good to you
Could be better though
I tried my best to be good to you
But when I tried I tried, oh Lord I tried...

Still darling, darling, darling dear
You left me on the hottest day
Oh darling, darling, darling dear
You left me on the hottest day

I'll take these rosy cheeks of mine
Be headed out
I'll take these rosy cheeks of mine
And be headed south

Cause I've got two hundred dollar bills of mine
To be headed out
I think I'll get as far as New Orleans
To be swallowed whole

Find me the rockiest bank
Find me the muddiest shore
Thats where I'll go to get lost
Won't cause you no trouble no more
Won't cause you no trouble no more (x2)


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    General CommentMy interpretation: An a-typical break-up song. At first I thought this was a revenge song about someone that got dumped. That was before I really listened to it. I stopped for a second to feel her pain expressed through the strain in her voice. She is not mad at anyone but herself. She feels bad about what happened and how things ended. She recognizes that it was too late to get sober, but was bitter that you left her none the less. The last stanza is the most defining. She feels so much loss, and pain that she can't see anything but. She desires more struggle to bare her guilt for what she has done to you. She wishes you no more pain now that she has awakened, won't cause you no trouble no more.
    mcsquared87on January 11, 2015   Link

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