"Hit Liquor" as written by and Hill/larson/wedren/wade....
When she'll come to

Hip liquor party of mouths
A finger-fan courtship
The case of her bones are softer than loose meat
A day on the belt so surely I'll get thin
Then really rock

Fingers fold up
Movies close down
Wild backstabs
My only one is one well fassblack gun

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"Hit Liquor" as written by Larson Hill

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    General CommentI love this song but it has always been a mystery. You know something seedy and perhaps very disturbing is going on, but you aren't sure quite what.

    Wedren recently had this enlightening bit to say about the song:
    "It all connects up in a Rubik's Cube kind of a way," Wedren says of the song, which was originally written in 1993 with guitarist Nathan Larson. "It's playful, mischievous, sexual, dark, and unsettling. Is the subject dead? Or just asleep? Will she come to my woozy party? There will be kissing and licking. There's also a Geisha-like formality to it, a seduction dance."

    He adds: "I think of 'Hit Liquor' as a ViewMaster reel. We supply the pictures, you supply the meaning."
    caulton July 31, 2009   Link

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