As I try to be the man for her
Far across the sea and land for her
For deep within my blood is sand until
I drink what makes me mad for her

Whoa
She's my Brandy Alexander
Always gets me into trouble
But that's another matter
My Brandy Alexander

Why do I thirst for all the worst again?
Is it my addiction to this curse within?
As silently I must confess this sin
Tastes better after juice and gin

Whoa
But she's my Brandy Alexander (Alexander)
Always gets me into trouble (trouble)
But that's another matter
Oh, that's another matter

She's my Brandy Alexander
Always gets me into trouble
But that's another matter
Whoa

And deep within my blood is sand until
I drink what makes me mad for her

Whoa, yeah
She's my Brandy Alexander (Alexander)
Always gets me into trouble (trouble)
But that's another matter
Oh, that's another matter

She's my Brandy Alexander (Alexander)
Always gets me into trouble (trouble)
But that's another matter
Oh, that's another matter

She's my Brandy Alexander (Alexander)
Oh yeah
That's another matter

It goes down easy
It goes down easy
It goes down easy
It goes down easy
It goes down easy
It goes down easy


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Brandy Alexander Lyrics as written by Leslie Feist Ron Sexsmith

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    General CommentSo I don't know if this has anything to do with it but a major character in the Chuck Palahniuk book Invisible Monsters is a woman named Brandy Alexander. Anyone who has read the book will probably say it has nothing to do with it, but its a rabbit hole people could explore.
    Cassaroll168on July 17, 2008   Link
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    General CommentThis song was actually the, I guess you could say, "remake" to a song by Feist also titled "Brandy Alexander".

    The phrase "brandy alexander" is actually after the alcoholic drink "Brandy Alexander" that is made with none other than Brandy. Which is also where Chuck Palahniuk got his characters name from.

    The song sung by Feist is the girls point of view, this versin by Ron Sexsmith is the guys point a view. I highly reccomeng everyone to check out Feist if you havent yet!!
    jaxjinxon July 27, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti was at the 2010 olympiad show at the orpheum with feist and sexsmith,
    and they performed thier song together.
    they actually e-mailed each other back and forth to write this song.
    AcidTongueon December 13, 2008   Link

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