"Whiskey Love Song" as written by Morgan Lee Lander, Tara Kathleen Mcleod, Ivy Vujic and Mercedes Lander....
Curse your name
A thousand times
Love and hate
Worlds collide

Doors swing open
Fate decided
Take that first taste
In your arms it kills me slowly

[Chorus]
And I love
You for all
All these nights
I can't remember
And I hate
You for all
All these nights
I want to forget!

Amber love
Say my name
Whisper disappointment
Bring me heartache

Doors swing open
Fate decided
Take that first taste
In your arms it kills me slowly

[Chorus]

I don't know why I like the feeling!
You always seem to let me down!
And I'm not one for disappointment!
But I will drink you 'til I drown!

[Chorus]

Now, so help me to forget!


Lyrics submitted by lboogieg

Whiskey Love Song song meanings
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    My InterpretationThis meaning of this song was pretty obvious to me when I listened to it a couple times. It's basically talking about a love/hate relationship with alcohol. And because of the chorus, I think it may be talking about past abuse due to alcoholism.

    "And I love / you for all"
    "All these nights / I can't remember"
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    This is pretty simple. The more the singer/writer drinks (Morgan or Mercedes maybe?) the more bad memories she can erase. That's where the 'love' part of the relationship comes in; she loves the effect alcohol has on her.



    "And I hate / you for all"
    "All these nights / I WANT TO FORGET!"
    -------------
    This is a little harder. But I think she's talking about abuse or horrible events due to someone being drunk on a regular. When she says, 'all these nights...I want to forget!," that implies many nights of terror. This is the HATE part of the relationship. Alcohol is the very reason she wants to get drunk and forget.

    I love this song! No questions about that, lol.
    lboogiegon January 29, 2010   Link

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