Truck driver leaves
And his wife falls to her knees
She drinks vodka, takes valium,
And watches TV
And he takes whites and tries to fight
White line fever

She stays in bed for a week, then tries
To hang herself with a dirty sheet
And he is somewhere in North Dakota
Getting head from a truck stop hooker
And he takes whites and tries to fight
White line fever

All the alcoholics at the center see
As her sister drops her off
And then her sister leaves
And she chews on her nails
And sits in her plastic seat
And he never calls home
And he's never called home
He never calls home
And he's never called home
He takes whites and tries to fight
White line fever


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