Dust On Your Pillow

Album: Who's Hurting Now? (2009)
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  • This song addresses the fallout that Viagra has wreaked upon married couples of a certain age. Staton told The Times February 13, 2009: "I was in a restaurant in Atlanta one time, and I got talking to this woman. She told me her husband had started dressin' up and dying his hair, buying perfume, smelling good. At first she thought it was all for her, but then it turns out he had gotten Viagra and fallen for a younger woman."
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