“Marquette’s Eye” is a dusty western trek of a lone fortune hunter finding comfort in bordellos as he searches for a hidden hoard. (X marks the spot in this tale). The verse fades to a century descendant in search of being after the holocaust in “Atomic Soldier”.
“Cumberland” is a fervent expectation of escape from the eastern winter to a fjord lake with ladies bathing in the coves while musicians float and sing.
“Jamaica” is for the fishing lifestyle where Marley is king and one only needs to wonder for food.
“That Woman” visits the Lennon style and expresses that coexisting demise. Notes for it written in 1970. Natch.
“DUI Blues” is dedicated to that industry of finding some reason to stop your car. “I know you’re smoking….”
“Fat Boy Biker” describes the hog feeling with the old lady, not the shape of the biker (Fat Boy being an older Harley model).
“Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms” will help some take over and includes notes on Iraq, Social Security, oil, and the Oval.
“Make Me Cry” is for all those yearnings….
“I Don’t Like Cheatin’”, a quote from the fem singer who ‘luded (not eluded) herself into the joint. Long story. Ask me sometime.
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