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R.E.M. — Orange Crush
Album: Green
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Released: 1988
Length: 3:49
Plays (last 30 days): 1
(Follow me, don't follow me)
I've got my spine, I've got my orange crush
(Collar me, don't collar me)
I've got my spine, I've got my orange crush
(We are agents of the free)
I've had my fun and now it's time to serve your conscience overseas
(Over me, not over me)
Coming in fast, over me (oh, oh)

(Follow me, don't follow me)
I've got my spine, I've got my orange crush
(Collar me, don't collar me)
I've got my spine, I've got my orange crush
(We are agents of the free)
I've had my fun and now it's time to serve your conscience overseas
(Over me, not over me)
Coming in fast, over me (oh, oh)

High on the booze
In a tent
Paved with blood
Nine inch howl
Brave the night
Chopper comin' in, you hope

We would circle and we'd circle and we'd circle to stop and consider and centered on the pavement stacked up all the trucks jacked up and our wheels in slush and orange crush in pocket and all this here county, hell, any county, it's just like heaven here, and I was remembering and I was just in a different county and all then this whirlybird that I headed for I had my goggles pulled off; I knew it all, I knew every back road and every truck stop

(Follow me, don't follow me)
I've got my spine, I've got my orange crush
(Collar me, don't collar me)
I've got my spine, I've got my orange crush
(We are agents of the free)
I've had my fun and now it's time to serve your conscience overseas
(Over me, not over me)
Coming in fast, over me (oh, oh)

High on the booze
In a tent
Paved with blood
Nine inch howl
Brave the night
Chopper comin' in, you hope

High on the booze
In a tent
Paved with blood
Nine inch howl
Brave the night
Chopper comin' in, you hope

(Ah, oh)
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Call me a witch (just don't burn me, bro) but doing a lot of ASTS this morning. This one then Idiot Wind. Like, 2 of the most whiner-dude songs ever. Mr. Bill's in quite the mood. Not going along for this ride. 
 rdo wrote:
Shame we lost to those commie murderers...Our boys gave it their all..
 
We certainly gave them a lot of Agent Orange at the expense of "Our"
boys (and theirs). Hence the song... which you seem to have missed the
point of.
1988. Man, I was newly licensed to drive, and would pick up my buddy Kim, and she had this brand new on cassette. Driving around listening to this and Led Zeppelin II, what a time it was.   OK, I'll stop with the old man reminiscing.  
Bellissima....  
Loved so much REM since first album !!!! Thanks for all superb album !!!
I've heard these early R.E.M songs countless times but I still don't know the lyrics (which I suppose was part of their mystique). But those spoken lyrics in the middle break (2:20 in) are a little off here. Someone listened to an isolated track (from the "Rock Band" video game) and transcribed it much more closely, which I found pretty interesting:

"We would circle, and we circled and circled the shopping center, centering on the pavement’s jacked up, all the trucks jacked up, and our wheels slush and orange crush and cock of the walk...in this here county. Hell in three counties in the tri county area and I was a legend. I was the king of the county. All these girls...sit. Whirlybirds. I had it whooped. I had this life whooped. I knew it all! I knew every back road and every Friday night we would ... down ... path."
 healyf52 wrote:
Is this song about the 1977 superbowl victory of the Dallas Cowboys over the Denver Broncos?
 
I recall that the corporate owners of the Nehi - Orange Crush trade mark squashed the use of "Orange Crush" referring to the Broncos defense.
The soda never seemed as popular to me as the Orange Crush Defense. 
Seems they would have benefited from co-branding rather than blocking usage of the trade mark.
Green will always have a special place in my record collection.
 coloradojohn wrote:
For me, hearing this will always remind me of jamming it so loudly in my apartment in Yoshida, Shizuoka, Japan, where I lived '88-90.

 
But you gotta make your voice so low and gravelly it hurts...
For me, hearing this will always remind me of jamming it so loudly in my apartment in Yoshida, Shizuoka, Japan, where I lived '88-90.
I love this because it's almost possible to sing along to without sounding like a lunatic.
 Stephen_Phillips wrote:
I know that R.E.M. are no longer considered fashionable but some of their songs, including this one, stand the test of time.
 

REM will never go out of fashion on my stereo!


I saw R.E.M. live a few years ago in the Belfast Giants Ice Hockey arena and they played this song.  We were lucky in that the tickets we got were seats close to and just to the right of the stage.  

We had a great close up view of the band and Michael Stipe had a real charismatic presence.

The show was near the end of their career but you could tell straight away that they were the 'real deal' - a properly professional performance with mastery of their music.

The set they played, sounded to my ears anyway, very close to the recorded versions I had known by heart on their CD's.

I know that R.E.M. are no longer considered fashionable but some of their songs, including this one, stand the test of time.
This follows R.E.M. - World Leader Pretend on Radio Paradise. Can't say I've ever heard Bill play original work by the same artist back to back! 
That's Fun - I don't hear many Double-Shots on RP
had to make another cup of coffee so i dont fall asleep...
 Skydog wrote:

REM is to alt-rock as the Eagles are to counrty-rock, so please don't wonder because I am clued in, I don't need to read other comments, I can hear the song just fine, boring ahhs, lame chourus, elementay school drums, studio changes/tricks that try to cover up the lack of muscial content, flat vocals, an over-all blandness, like I said made for TV

 

 
Maybe without temporal reference your opinion would stand. We are so glad you are clued in.
I really get a kick out of hearing songs I haven't heard in a long time
 markybx wrote:

Far from it, it's a song about something very personal to Michael Stipe and he sing it with real passion, sorry you can't detect that. For more info, if you care to please read some of the previous posts. This leaves me wondering who is clueless here.

 
REM is to alt-rock as the Eagles are to counrty-rock, so please don't wonder because I am clued in, I don't need to read other comments, I can hear the song just fine, boring ahhs, lame chourus, elementay school drums, studio changes/tricks that try to cover up the lack of muscial content, flat vocals, an over-all blandness, like I said made for TV

 
 Skydog wrote:
sounds like they either don't care or are just clueless, boring, rigid, sounds like a made for TV band

 
Far from it, it's a song about something very personal to Michael Stipe and he sing it with real passion, sorry you can't detect that. For more info, if you care to please read some of the previous posts. This leaves me wondering who is clueless here.
sounds like they either don't care or are just clueless, boring, rigid, sounds like a made for TV band
I can't believe I gave this only 8 {#Stupid} -> 9
Just hit me in listening to it, how good REM could be.
 slandering wrote:
the song is so good very powerful!
the lyrics are very confusing to me as a non
american. Isn`t it about the horrible chemicals
you spread over vietnam?

 
Bill is playing this because he is a BRONCOS fan and knows that the Orange Crush defense has been reborn in 2015!
the song is so good very powerful!
the lyrics are very confusing to me as a non
american. Isn`t it about the horrible chemicals
you spread over vietnam?
This was a pretty good album, this song sucks.
This song still gives me goosebumps
 
Epic
10 all the way

Anyone remember Ghost Riders on the E.P?
Everybody in my alien space craft thinks this song is hot hot hot...
R.E.M. - Orange Crush
Beatles - You've Got to Hide Your Love Away
J.J. Cale - Crazy Mama
Mazzy Star - I'm Sailin'

Great set.
Shame we lost to those commie murderers...Our boys gave it their all..
This doesn't sound half as good as it did way back when it was released ... omg, 25 years ago! 
Still, it's a reasonable ditty. 
I have always loved how this track sounds--the melody, that awesome lead guitar--but the lyrics......(cringes).


3/5/13—PRESS RELEASE: 25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition Of The Band’s Major-Label Breakthrough Includes Original Album Remastered And Live Disc Spotlighting The Penultimate Show Of 1989 World Tour; Available May 14 From Rhino
Green Remastered Will Also Be Available On 180-Gram Vinyl The Same Day
Five Song Live In Greensboro EP Will Be Released On CD As Record Store Day Exclusive On April 20

R.E.M. achieved global success with the 1988 release of GREEN, the Athens, Georgia, quartet’s sixth studio album and first for Warner Bros. Records, which would be the band’s label home for the rest of their recording career. While R.E.M. was fast becoming one of the most acclaimed and revered acts in the U.S., GREEN was their first album to gain the attention of a worldwide audience. Packed with tracks destined to be definitive additions to the band’s canon, including “Orange Crush,” “Pop Song 89,” and “Stand,” GREEN was certified double platinum by the RIAA and doubled the domestic sales of the band’s previous release. GREEN continued R.E.M.’s dedication to the message of social consciousness, as evidenced by the album’s title, which would go on to became a ubiquitous buzzword for environmentally friendly initiatives.

To celebrate the landmark album’s 25-year anniversary, Rhino is releasing a two-disc deluxe edition that features the remastered original album accompanied by a disc of live performances taken from the penultimate show of R.E.M.’s 130-date Green World Tour. All 21 songs were recorded in Greensboro, North Carolina, on November 10, 1989, just miles from where Michael Stipe, Peter Buck, Mike Mills and Bill Berry had their very first recording session at Mitch Easter’s Drive-In Studio in Winston-Salem.
The anniversary set is packaged in a hard clamshell box (similar to previous R.E.M. reissues) and comes with four postcards and a foldout poster, plus insightful liner notes by Uncut editor, Allan Jones. GREEN: 25TH ANNIVERSARY DELUXE EDITION will be available on May 14 as a 2-disc set and digitally. The same day, the remastered album with original art and packaging will also be available on 180-gram vinyl.

In anticipation of the anniversary set, Rhino will release a limited edition, five-track EP as part of Record Store Day. This exclusive CD features a handful of performances from the Greensboro show that, due to space constraints, are not found on the Deluxe Edition, including the Green track “I Remember California” and classics like “So. Central Rain” and “Feeling Gravitys Pull.” Limited to just 2,500 copies, the disc comes with an original (non-reproduction) patch from the Green Tour. These patches were recently uncovered in the band’s vault. The LIVE IN GREENSBORO EP will be available for Record Store Day on April 20 for $7.98. For a list of participating stores, please visit wrecordstoreday.com.

The concert spread across the anniversary set and the Record Store Day EP captures a fiery set from R.E.M., which had been forged in the crucible of nearly one year of shows. R.E.M. performed most of GREEN (“Get Up” “World Leader Pretend” and “You Are The Everything”), while mixing in early favorites like “Fall On Me,” “Finest Worksong,” “The One I Love” and “Perfect Circle” from the band’s 1983 debut Murmur. The show also finds the band testing out new songs (“Low” and “Belong”) that would appear two years later on GREEN’s follow-up, Out Of Time.
For more information please visit: remhq.com and facebook.com/REMhq GREEN: 25TH ANNIVERSARY DELUXE EDITION Track Listing
Disc One – Original Album
1. “Pop Song 89”
2. “Get Up”
3. “You Are The Everything”
4. “Stand”
5. “World Leader Pretend”
6. “The Wrong Child”
7. “Orange Crush”
8. “Turn You Inside Out”
9. “Hairshirt”
10. “I Remember California”
11. “Untitled”

Disc Two – Live In Greensboro 1989
1. “Stand”
2. “The One I Love”
3. “Turn You Inside Out”
4. “Belong”
5. “Exhuming McCarthy”
6. “Good Advices” 
7. “Orange Crush”
8. “Cuyahoga”
9. “These Days”
10. “World Leader Pretend”
11. “I Believe”
12. “Get Up”
13. “Life And How To Live It”
14. “Its The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)”
15. “Pop Song 89”
16. “Fall On Me”
17. “You Are The Everything”
18. “Begin The Begin”
19. “Low”
20. “Finest Worksong”
21. “Perfect Circle”LIVE IN GREENSBORO EP – Record Store Day Exclusive
1. “So. Central Rain (I’m Sorry)”
2. “Feeling Gravitys Pull”
3. “Strange”
4. “King of Birds”
5. “I Remember California”

Everybody in my church be dancing...  love this song...

 scraig wrote:
I AM TRYING TO WORK HERE!!! 10
 

me too! I suppose a good start would be for me to stop reading the comments, and replying to them...
I like tunes like this that I've listened to a zillion times and haven't rated yet.  It makes me glad I never had to serve our country, I guess.

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Hell yeah...  we be dancing madly...  love it...

 
 sjonnieboy wrote:
HOW GOOD TO HEAR THIS SONG AGAIN !
 
Indeed... this song rocks...  love it...

 
R.E.M - Green.  The first album I bought that was not a compilation.  This album marks the birth of my ongoing love affair with music.  I'd give it about 26/10 if I could and even more if it had been World Leader Pretend from the same album.
HOW GOOD TO HEAR THIS SONG AGAIN !

 
romeotuma wrote:

I agree...  it is a great album...  I still love it as much as ever...  and this song is soooo good...

 
 




Everybody in my hotel room be dancing...  love this song...

 

I AM TRYING TO WORK HERE!!! 10
Top#3 REM...




On orange vinyl...

Everybody in my hotel room loves this song...

 romeotuma wrote:


I'll dance to this...

 
 
. . . while we spray you with Agent Orange.
 huebdoo wrote:
This is when REM was good - and a band, we forget how fantastic they were after the sub-par music they have been recently putting out. Man this album was simply amazing to listen to.
 
What planet do you live on?

 linden wrote:

If R. E. M. released this song brand-new today, haters would still hate on it and talk about how great R. E. M. was in the old days.


 
That would assume that anyone thought they were ever great. Few do.



I'll dance to this...

 
 linden wrote:

If R.E.M. released this song brand-new today, haters would still hate on it and talk about how great R.E.M. was in the old days.


 

Ha! No.{#No}
 huebdoo wrote:
This is when REM was good - and a band, we forget how fantastic they were after the sub-par music they have been recently putting out. Man this album was simply amazing to listen to.
 

Agreed, this was always one of my personal fav albums that most people forget.
 philbertr wrote:

Oh geez, and I thought they were singing about the carbonated beverage!  {#Tongue}
 


Well, that too...  we be dancing...  love this song...

 
 romeotuma wrote:

Yeah, this is a great song from a great album...  the title of this song refers to the chemical defoliant Agent Orange...
 
Oh geez, and I thought they were singing about the carbonated beverage!  {#Tongue}
Funny story. My old band used to do this song, and during the long bridge I (on bass) would generally relax while the guitarists did their thing. Well, one night we're feeling pretty good and this one's cooking, so we let the bridge stretch out a little. The drummer's up on a riser and can't figure out when exactly we're going to come out of the bridge. So the three of us are standing in front just playing when we hear the drummer's very loud rat-a-tat-tat—he'd just decided to end the bridge, and the three of us run like maniacs to the microphones to pick up the next verse. After it ends, we just look at him, and he sez, "I didn't know what the fuck y'all were doing down there, so I decided it was time to move on."
I recall this song as a big breakthrough for these boys in the charts, especially in the UK, and the 'Green' tour was their last where you could still see them in a 3000 seater venue

Can u believe it? this song was voted worst song of the year many years ago. I think it is one of REM's best songs. Luv it!!!!
 GuiltyFeat wrote:
This was my first introduction to R.E.M. after Q Magazine declared them the greatest band in the world circa 1988. What a great album.
 


I agree...  it is a great album...  I still love it as much as ever...  and this song is soooo good...

 
This was my first introduction to R.E.M. after Q Magazine declared them the greatest band in the world circa 1988. What a great album.
 huebdoo wrote:
This is when REM was good - and a band, we forget how fantastic they were after the sub-par music they have been recently putting out. Man this album was simply amazing to listen to.
 


Yeah, this is a great song from a great album...  the title of this song refers to the chemical defoliant Agent Orange...

If R.E.M. released this song brand-new today, haters would still hate on it and talk about how great R.E.M. was in the old days.


This is when REM was good - and a band, we forget how fantastic they were after the sub-par music they have been recently putting out. Man this album was simply amazing to listen to.
 Bosami wrote:


Indeed. Cheers!
 


Thanks!  Cheers to you, too!  This song rocks...



 romeotuma wrote:

So do I...  this is a great classic!

 

Indeed. Cheers!
 Bosami wrote:
Love it.
 


So do I...  this is a great classic!



Love it.
 beset wrote:
Superb!
 

Yes...  we just turned up the volume and started dancing here...


Superb!


This really is an EXCELLENT song...


 teapot wrote:
This song really standst he test of time. It sounds just as fresh to my ears now as it did when it came out.
 

I know what you mean...  this song is soooo good for the ears...


This song really standst he test of time. It sounds just as fresh to my ears now as it did when it came out.


This is a GREAT song!  Turned it up real loud... we be dancing...

Been begging for some old REM for months. THIS is the real thing Baby. WOooooooo HOooooooo !!!!!
 DrLex wrote:
Actually I could just connect the rating system to the volume control of my player, because I'll automatically crank up the volume on good songs and lower it on bad songs (and mute on sucko-barfo). ...
 
This is a GREAT idea.  How do we implement it? 

And this song is way up on the volume level test. 

 Misterfixit wrote:

Well Mr Fixit, 

Hard to read your comments & keep it together. Glad you made it through. And yet, here we are again. Hard to believe how little the big boys ever learn. ANd how quickly they forget.

"Coming in fast" seems to refer to the C123 and C130 aircraft which sprayed the shit at low levels. We usually saw them and pulled out our ponchos (rubberized rain cape) over us . unless, of course, there was somebody out there watching for us to pull the capes and then start their shit. The wop wop wop noise towards the end sounds like the unique sound of the UH1E Huey helicopter. That sound will give ANY Vietnam Vet flashbacks, to be sure. There's no equivalent all-encompassing fear, hate, loathing, terror, tragedy, delight, thankfulness, last living sound, to compare with the wop wop wop of the Huey. Sorry gang, I do go on. Suffice it to say that the lickspittle scum bureaucrats at the Veterans Administration have done their best to deny benefits to hundreds of thousands of us who were exposed and still have the after effects. Children, too, with various birth defects, spinal bifida and so forth. Damned if that song didn't get me cranked up ... Happy New Year Robert MacNamara and all of your little men, next time you can fight your OWN little war in Veetnam ....


 

Oh yea, cranked this one!! Love the R.E.M. Well, the older REM. :)
who us?
Vibraslap!
pianocomposer wrote:
"I got my orange crush" refers to agent orange, a toxic chemical first used in the Viet Nam war. (click here) I'm not really sure if this is a protest song, considering it was written a good 15 or 20 years after that war ended. But there was a problem with veterans receiving benefits from the US gov't b/c of neurological problems with being exposed to agent orange. That may have been topical in the news when Stipes et al wrote this song.
"Coming in fast" seems to refer to the C123 and C130 aircraft which sprayed the shit at low levels. We usually saw them and pulled out our ponchos (rubberized rain cape) over us . unless, of course, there was somebody out there watching for us to pull the capes and then start their shit. The wop wop wop noise towards the end sounds like the unique sound of the UH1E Huey helicopter. That sound will give ANY Vietnam Vet flashbacks, to be sure. There's no equivalent all-encompassing fear, hate, loathing, terror, tragedy, delight, thankfulness, last living sound, to compare with the wop wop wop of the Huey. Sorry gang, I do go on. Suffice it to say that the lickspittle scum bureaucrats at the Veterans Administration have done their best to deny benefits to hundreds of thousands of us who were exposed and still have the after effects. Children, too, with various birth defects, spinal bifida and so forth. Damned if that song didn't get me cranked up ... Happy New Year Robert MacNamara and all of your little men, next time you can fight your OWN little war in Veetnam ....
parrothead wrote:
I'm still alive, have not been shot or blown up and I can still smell the aroma of agent orange.
I realized that OC is also the 2000 cannabis of the year award winner. Could factor in somehow.
Wizzuvv_oz wrote:
Does anyone know what "got my spine I got my orange crush" means? Seems to return to the early REM days of completely unintelligable lyrics. I give it a 7 though, even so.
I'm still alive, have not been shot or blown up and I can still smell the aroma of agent orange.
pianocomposer wrote:
"I got my orange crush" refers to agent orange, a toxic chemical first used in the Viet Nam war.
Well, that makes more sense and seems more likely than them singing about a soda.
Does anyone know what "got my spine I got my orange crush" means? Seems to return to the early REM days of completely unintelligable lyrics. I give it a 7 though even so.
toda una naranja aplastada,
:bounce: :yell: :wave: :bananasplit: :stupid: :meditate: :jump: :bounce:
Actually I could just connect the rating system to the volume control of my player, because I'll automatically crank up the volume on good songs and lower it on bad songs (and mute on sucko-barfo). This one gets cranked up quite a lot.
milehighYinzer wrote:
This is my favorite REM album. It is the only one that really ever ends up in my cd rotation.

me2, but I gotta say I don't listen to REM much any more.

This is my favorite REM album. It is the only one that really ever ends up in my cd rotation.
This is REM at their best. Love that "machine gun" guitar playing.
kazuma wrote:
Ahh yes, the ever-popular ad hominem approach. Always a winner. Kudos! :rolleyes:
I agree - it was a winner, thanks so much for the compliment. :iamwithstupid:
boileymon wrote:
I know a good audiologist...
Ahh yes, the ever-popular ad hominem approach. Always a winner. Kudos! :rolleyes:
Love the driving rhythms, the chiming guitars, the hummable melodies, the suitably obscure lyrics -- great old REM, anytime, Bill, thanks...
kazuma wrote:
Goes nowhere and stays there.
I know a good audiologist...
Goes nowhere and stays there.
We had great time in the 90 at univertisy with REM !
So I've heard that background before, the army chanting. I know it was in a Type-O-Negative song too (which cracks me up that them and REM both used it). Is it from a movie too? I'm going to guess it's a Full Metal Jacket thing?
dmax wrote:
Low point: WB records (continuing)
Yes, the 5-album, $80 million-dollar contract from hell that killed the best band that ever was.
i was only aware of 4 different REM song types? indecipherable lyrics backed with jangly guitar, mandolin period pieces, hyper wake up the audience dazzlers (see : end of the world, what's the frequency) and hebtone inflected. please expound. driftersescape wrote:
Am I the only one who thinks that if you've heard, say, five R.E.M. songs, you've heard them all? :ask:
Yes. Just for a simple example, nothing on UP sounds like anything on Green. driftersescape wrote:
Am I the only one who thinks that if you've heard, say, five R.E.M. songs, you've heard them all? :ask:
Why can't I bring myself to rate this any higher than an 8? Can't......do.......it......there is nothing to grasp at.
w00t
Am I the only one who thinks that if you've heard, say, five R.E.M. songs, you've heard them all? :ask:
Mugro wrote:
I don't know whether this is just my morbid mind, but it always sounds like he is saying "I got my spine, got my organs crushed" :-k
"I got my orange crush" refers to agent orange, a toxic chemical first used in the Viet Nam war. (click here) I'm not really sure if this is a protest song, considering it was written a good 15 or 20 years after that war ended. But there was a problem with veterans receiving benefits from the US gov't b/c of neurological problems with being exposed to agent orange. That may have been topical in the news when Stipes et al wrote this song.
:bounce: :bounce: :bounce:
artmarcia wrote:
That whole set was just amazing--Carbon Leaf, Ollabelle, Paul Brady and R.E.M. It was like Bill was playing music just for me. Thanks Bill!
Bill must really like you cause he just repeated the same set...aren't computers great? :music:
That whole set was just amazing--Carbon Leaf, Ollabelle, Paul Brady and R.E.M. It was like Bill was playing music just for me. Thanks Bill!
I'll never forget the first time I heard this song. I was on my way to a soccer game with a fgellow teammmate and REM fan. We both remarked how much we liked the song. We also agreed thet REM was better known for producing strong albums ather than strong songs. At the time I figured this heralded a great albume. Unfortunately, it just showed me that REM's albums all sucked after they left IRS. A great song on a weak album.
Mugro wrote:
I don't know whether this is just my morbid mind, but it always sounds like he is saying "I got my spine, got my organs crushed" :-k
:eek: :eek: :eek: :lol: :lol: :lol:
dmax wrote:
High point: IRS records Low point: WB records (continuing)
:crashcomp: (except replace the computer with a dead horse)
:drummer: Nice!
Once again I just want to voice my dislike of REM, I have liked them in the past but not now - Barely 4
Ah....here we go. An injection of sugary early REM at 5:20...ten minutes to go. Although I prefer Sunkist.
Mugro wrote:
I don't know whether this is just my morbid mind, but it always sounds like he is saying "I got my spine, got my organs crushed" :-k
Oh great. Thanks a lot Mugro. Now it sounds like that to me too and I can't get hear it any other way!!! LOL :lol:
rah wrote:
okay -- how did Bill get a hold of my high school mix-tapes??
lmao
Mugro wrote:
I don't know whether this is just my morbid mind, but it always sounds like he is saying "I got my spine, got my organs crushed" :-k
That cracked me up.
Flashback to the T.V. series, 21 Jump Street!!!
healyf52 wrote:
Is this song about the 1977 superbowl victory of the Dallas Cowboys over the Denver Broncos?
Actually, it's about the Quincy Carter Cowboys, the ones who could roll Marley's on cue but were too mary janed to throw straight... :lol: