#1
does any one have any favorites? i enjoy "alcohol" by Brab Paisley, "alcohol" by Barenaked Ladies, and "alcoholic" by Xibit.
any others you guys would recommend?
i would REALLY appreciate it.
thanks
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#2
Drink Drank Punk - Antiflag

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#3
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#4
George Thorogood's entire discography.
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#5
Last of the big time drinkers - stereophonics
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#7
Alcohaulin' Ass- Hell Ya

a good song but not happy ending is
Miller Jack And Mad Dog by Wayne "The Train" Hancock

That Womans Got Me Drinkin'- Shane McGowan

The Beer Song- Psychostick
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#11
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#12
There's a Starsailor track that starts off with a line that goes along the lines of, "Don't you know you've got your daddy's eyes, your daddy was an alcoholic." Can't remember the name of it at the minute.
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#14
Rock the 40 oz - Leftover Crack
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#17
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There's a Starsailor track that starts off with a line that goes along the lines of, "Don't you know you've got your daddy's eyes, your daddy was an alcoholic." Can't remember the name of it at the minute.


Alcoholic...




its a cracker of a track too.
#18
^ I said that soooooo long ago that I can't remember if it was intended as sarcasm or not... If it wasn't I was damn dopey that day!
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#19
Feel Good Hit Of The Summer is toxin-related in general I wouldnt link it to just alcoholism but it mentions it

edit: By Queens of the Stone Age. Sorry =]
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#21
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George Thorogood's entire discography.

+1

Also, 1 Bourbon, 1 Scotch, 1 Beer by John Lee Hooker. I ain't Drunk by Albert King and Drunken Hearted Man by Robert Johnson. Drunken Spree and Bad Whiskey by Skip James. In fact, a bunch of blues has drunkenness involved in some way.
#22
Too Much Alcohol- Rory Gallagher

actually, many of his songs are about the sauce
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#23
Also, Whiskey In the Jar by Thin Lizzy.

EDIT: And two of my favorites;

It's 5 O'Clock Somewhere - Alan Jackson & Jimmy Buffet
Margaritaville - Jimmy Buffet