A track from the first album by the southern rock band Blackberry Smoke, "Angeline" tells the story about a girl who leaves a relationship because she wants more then her man can offer ("I had nickels, that girl wanted dimes").
In our interview with lead singer Charlie Starr
, he told the story of the song: "That was a friend of mine years ago, a drummer that I used to play with. That was his girlfriend and it was based on her. That wasn't her name, actually, but he was an older guy, older than I was at the time. I was in my late teens and he was probably in his late 20s. He had a young girlfriend and she left him and took off. That's where that came from."