"Olde English 800" as written by and Ahren Charles Stringer Joel Fletcher Birch....
O-L-D-E,
E-N-G,
L-I-S-H,
Eight hundred,
Now I feel a whole lot better about myself
O-L-D-E,
E-N-G,
L-I-S-H,
Eight hundred,
Now I feel a whole lot better about myself

You're charcoal filtered,
Sun yellow malt liquor,
You make my grey skies blue
I drink a day,
Lay as my liver's failing,
But I don't give a fuck,
Olde English I'm in love with you

O-L-D-E,
E-N-G,
L-I-S-H,
Eight hundred,
Now I feel a whole lot better about myself
O-L-D-E,
E-N-G,
L-I-S-H,
Eight hundred,
Now I feel a whole lot better about myself

You're charcoal filtered,
Sun yellow malt liquor,
You make my grey skies blue
I drink a day,
Lay as my liver's failing,
But I don't give a fuck,
Olde English I'm in love with you,
Olde English I'm in love with you,
Olde English I'm in love with you,
You!


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"Olde English 800" as written by Derek Grant Daniel Andriano

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    General CommentI absolutely love alkaline trio and all of their songs... Except this one. I don't know what it is, but I just can't stand this song.
    SonicPandaon March 23, 2012   Link
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    General CommentI absolutely love alkaline trio and all of their songs... Except this one. I don't know what it is, but I just can't stand this song.
    SonicPandaon March 23, 2012   Link
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    Song Meaningfrom Wikipedia:

    Olde English 800 is a brand of American malt liquor produced by the Miller Brewing Company. It was introduced in 1964 and owned by Miller Brewing Company since 1999. It is available in a variety of serving sizes including, since the late 1980s, a forty ounce bottle.
    alecw19on September 12, 2012   Link

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