"The $500 Bottle of Wine" as written by and Scanlon Hanley....
A 500 dollar bottle of wine
A 500 dollar bottle of wine
A 500 dollar bottle of wine
That's all we get for being with him all the time

I give them a 500 bottle of wine
That's all they get most of the time

A 500 dollar bottle of wine
A 500 dollar bottle of wine

Two days in the desert
What did they get
For all of the tears and the grind
A 500 dollar bottle of wine

We've been through desert
And blew on our shirts (and Brix' torn our last shirts?)
And all the lightning and life
We said so much to (just a) crazy and white (whine?)
A half filled (no) bottle of wine

A 500 dollar bottle of wine
That's all I get man most of the time.

We been through the desert
Went through their last shirts
And all the lightning and crime
A half-filled bottle of wine.

They're all fat gits and they get on our tits
They're all fat gits and they get on our tits

That's all you get most of the time
For all the life in crime
The 500 bottle of wine

Drive (been) through the desert (drive for) in 36 hours
But when we get the ending we took
The 500 dollar (bottle) of wine
A 500 dollar bottle of wine

And I feel real guilty
The babies are squealing
Starving and pleading all the time
A 500 dollar bottle of wine

A 500 dollar bottle of wine
A 500 dollar bottle of wine
A 500 dollar bottle of wine
A 500 dollar bottle of wine
A 500 dollar bottle of wine
You think it's gonna get on my tits
You think it's gonna get on my tits

They all bitch
They just whinge
And drink my last bottle of wine
I feel real guilty
I been through my last shirt
And I get guilty all the time

Yeah
Come on
500 dollars

Get down the fucking liquor store boy.


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