Hip hop has blown my mind
John Cash has done his time
When you and I were in the weeds drinking wine
With that english singer and your hip-hop thighs
From guns on a roof to the azz in jazz
To the reels and the rhymes of that gaelic trash
Dancin with the ex-lead singer of The Clash
Guns on the bar and his hands on your american ass

Hip-hop has blown my mind
John Cash has done his time
When you and I were into speed and drinking wine
And that singer thought you used Patsy Kline
That local girl with those criminal thighs
Cheek to cheek and their 3/4 time
Tryin to make lemonade from limes
But no limey ever made nothing like I Walk the Line

John Cash has done his time
Hip-hop has blown my mind
When you and I were in the weeds drinking wine
I loved your soul and I loved your mind
But I miss the lies and the speed and wine
The bump and grind and your queasy smile
and the prize that lies between your hip-hop thighs
your hip-hop thighs, your hip-hop thighs


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    General CommentBut no lime he ever made nothing like "I Walk The Line".

    Ref. to the Johnny Cash song.

    And yah, as with all of Ike's songs, this totally rocks.
    hickabillyon May 11, 2007   Link
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    General CommentBut no Limey ever made nothing like "I Walk the Line"

    Limey = Englishman (Joe Stummer, ex lead singer of the Clash)

    From guns on a roof to the acid jazz

    guns on the roof = clash song reference
    acid jazz= weird jazz stylings

    And to be really anal, its Patsy Cline, with a 'C'

    Go Ike!!!!!!
    tywagon August 02, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIt's almost commiserable how attractive this song is when you're high.

    I've had fun screaming it at no one in particular.
    verbosityon January 04, 2008   Link
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    General CommentYou don't have to be high, you just have to be human...jeez, listen to it!!!!
    aboucheron April 04, 2008   Link

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