It was a bright and shiny telecaster
on the boy that she was after
we'd still adored her
they were pickin' in her father's vineyard
and they pretended Marcus Henyard
was calling on the phone
and it was great inside
or was it just the wine?
and it was great inside
they were seven stories high
she was a tiny foreign auto-maker's daughter
and of course he dated her
and she was into bedlam
and when they slipped all the way down
all the way down
they were into bedlam
and it was great inside
or was it just the wine?
and it was great inside
she was gonna fly here
slipped always down
all the way down
all the way down
and then she slipped
all the way down
all the way down
always down
and it was great inside
but was it just the wine?
and it was great inside
you were gonna fly from here.


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    General CommentThe reference is to Marcus Ginyard, a former UNC basketball player--not Henyard!
    amgareyon October 20, 2010   Link

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