"No Hassle Night" as written by and Jack White Alison Mosshart....
I'm looking for a place to go
Where the sun goes down
And stays down
I'm looking for a place to go
Where I can lay low
Die slow

My baby, she's uptight
Her face is frozen in daylight
My darlin', she's a drifter
Nothing out there, seems to fit her

I'm looking for a no hassle night
I've become her and it hurts my mind
I'm looking for a no hassle night
I've become her and it hurts my mind
I'm looking for a no hassle night

My baby, she's a burglar
Nothing I know, can deter her
I'm looking for a place to go
Where the sun goes down
I can lie low


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"No Hassle Night" as written by Jack White Alison Mosshart

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    General Commentfirst comment, bitchin! first of all...one of my favorite songs off of Horehound. The organ riff is what got me hooked.This song reminds me of a dysfunctional relationship between a couple. The woman is uptight, hassling, deceptive,and all around bitchy. He wants just one night away from her so he can have a calm night "die slow"
    rockinbilly3on July 30, 2009   Link
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    General Commentwhere the sun goes down...and stays down. we're all lookin' for that. lol
    sloth1974on March 24, 2011   Link

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