"Pushing Drugs" as written by and Andrew F. Wilkes-krier....
The hotel rings at the end of the world,
Whatever happened to the telephone, girl?
And was it really just a one-shot deal,
If you don't answer the call then the call is not real,

You want to get rich? Well, listen to this,
You got to lick your lips and give it a kiss,
Another hot (hot) shot (shot) into your mouth,
And then you take your money way down south,

Pushing drugs (drugs),
Pushing drugs,

P-P-P-P-P-P-P-P-P-P-P-P-Pushing drugs (drugs),
It's on baby!
It's on baby!
It's on baby!
It's on baby!
Pushing drugs,

G-G-G-G-G-G-G-G-G-G-G-G-Goddamn!
You really put me in a hardcore funk,
One man's treasure is another man's junk,
And one man's yard is another man's dump,
I'll push you off my roof if you are too afraid to jump,

A man's own wage is a man's own pay,
But a mean M.A.D.D. mama might have something to say,
Mother Nature does a favor,
Puts your body in the hearse,
Is what I'm doing really any worse?

Do you listen (do you listen),
To the sound of your voice?
Do you wonder (do you wonder),
If you made a bad choice?
Do you ever wonder what went wrong with your life?
Do you ever wonder what went right?

Pushing Drugs (Drugs)
Pushing Drugs (Drugs)
P-P-P-P-P-P-P-P-P-P-P-P-Pushing Drugs (Drugs)

It's on baby!
It's on baby!
It's on baby!
It's on baby!
Pushing drugs (Drugs)

It's on baby!
It's on baby!
It's on baby!
It's on baby!
Pushing drugs

It's on baby!
It's on baby!
It's on baby!
It's on baby!


Lyrics submitted by uteinfullerton, edited by hornytheclown

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    General CommentI think this song is about a drug dealer eschewing criticism of his career choice. He is vilified as benefiting off the downfall of others. But he argues that what he doing isn't that bad. Saying that what is not right for some people, is what other need (he does this by using an old saying "One man's treasure..."

    He also argues that what people choose to do with their money, is their choice ("A man's own wage..."). He also says that what he is doing isn't any worse that what the world does to someone.

    The first verse seems to show his manipulative ways. He is encouraging someone to ignore reality and to use the drugs as an escape. The "hot shot into your mouth" is a double entendre for both smoking the substance and how the girl may have to pay for the drugs (prostitution).

    In the end, I think Andrew W.K. present both sides of the drug dealer and in the end you can see he is manipulative and underhanded.
    hornytheclownon September 17, 2012   Link

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