"counting murders, drinking beers (the $46,000 escape)" as written by and James Dewees Sean Ingram....
I'm getting out
While I can still count these murders
On only one hand

I'm through looking after you
Second guessing your next move
Lock the doors, turn out the lights
The wolves are out tonight
Playing that shitty bass

So, you get your kicks
Using my daughter and my wife
As target practice?
Well, how do you like
That shaft straight up your ass?

And I'll damn you right in your tongue
You have used that grinning 'no English' crap
For the last time on me and since when
A shot of paint elevate the classes?

You run around real cute with your rainbows
Like we don't know, like we care
So, look away when you see me, just look away
It never ends for me

Like it the fourth never ending
Yeah, you're real brave roughing this
Until you have children of your own
There is no pride in these chances

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"Counting Murders and Drinking Beers (The $46,000 Escape)" as written by Joseph Steineger Iv James Dewees


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    General Commentthis was either about a former member or someone who was in the band when they broke up....
    kijimaon August 22, 2002   Link
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    General CommentNo, it is about straight edge kids that used to make bomb threats to Coalesce shows and used to make threats to Sean's wife and child. Pure sillyness.
    InTheNameOfBrianon April 21, 2003   Link
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    General CommentActually, the song is about living in an extremely violent neighborhood. Murders across the street, fugitives hiding in the backyard, animals left to die on ropes 5 feet away from where you children play, illegal immigrants that bully neighbors with firearms, loud music, and the knowledge that police won't do a thing to correct the situation. This song is not about any band members or band situations. it's about selling a house and getting your family in a better situation. hence the $46,000 escape, what the house sold for.
    smingramon July 23, 2007   Link

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