"To The Kill" as written by and Gordon Gano....



Ain't had no fun

all the time jacking around

ain't had no fun

all the time messin mind

I kick it around

but if it's alright with you

if it's alright yes I will

aw c'mon babe

go ahead to the kill

I ain't no kid Chicago

I ain't no Al Capone

but there's a windy city

in my bedroom alone

I said I don't live in Chicago

I don't know no Al Capone

that bitch took my money

and went to Chicago

if I ain't already enough

sick and alone

wher's it at

it's down down it's downtown





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"To the Kill" as written by Gordon Gano

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    General CommentI "feel" this song. Inside of me. It's nice to just listen to this song in an almost-completely-dark room and just /feel/ it.
    americanmusicon March 03, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis is my favorite song to play on bass. I just play along to the music and either follow, or do my own thing.
    When he sings the "but if it's alright with you... and if it's alright, yes i will" part I feel really happy, because he sounds so happy and at peace to say it.
    -Becky
    phunkevoxon August 12, 2005   Link
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    General CommentIt's the seedy, more mysterious little brother of "Heartbreaker" (Led Zeppelin)...you get the sense he is going to kill "that bitch" he mentions because he is drugged up and paranoid, but he never goes through with it cause he is lazy and too stoned. A bluesy, dark, underground track that would be the perfect soundtrack to your next hit for the Mafia as revenge for a botched drug deal in the 1970s while little cocaine rocks are falling out of your nose...
    Shep420on June 19, 2006   Link
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    General CommentDamn Shep... You nailed it.
    Unrighton September 06, 2006   Link

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