Lazybones

Album: Irresistible Bliss (1996)

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  • At a Mike Doughty "Question Jar" show in Nashville on November 11, 2007, the Soul Coughing frontman was asked about the meaning of "Lazybones." He replied: "It's about a guy who does heroin that falls in love with a girl who's drunk, and they don't really click because their drugs aren't really compatible." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Beau - Phoenix, AZ

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