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We started it off by recording twenty-five new songs in twenty-five days.
No big dramas or big whoops going on so everyone was able to put full attention to building the beast.
His influence on me has been profound and I am proud to be friends with his amazing family. You can call me what you like Lyrics: Mike Cooley / Music: Cooley, Hood, Morgan, Neff, Tucker and Gonzalez © Razor and Tie Music (BMI) Mike Cooley - Acoustic and Electric Guitar and Lead Vocal / Patterson Hood - Guitar and Backing Vocal / John Neff - Guitar and Lap Steel / Shonna Tucker - Bass / Brad Morgan - Drums / Jay Gonzalez -Piano / David Barbe - Piano (also) and percussion Drag the lake Charlie Charlie, drag the lake Lester didn't come home last night and Wanda's all irate Better keep your fingers crossed and hope we find him drowned Wanda's gonna come and kill us all if he shows up in town Drag the lake Charlie I heard that he was seen Cavorting with old Shorty up at the line again Wanda's got that goddamned pistol in her purse If she goes back on rampage they'll have to call the hearse Better drag the lake Charlie Charlie, drag the lake Remember what happened last time Lester went on the make I heard it took the cleaning crew two weeks to clean the bar They never found that teenaged girl They never found the car Drag the lake Charlie / Drag the lake Charlie It won't be the first time but it might be the last Drag the lake Charlie And keep your fingers crossed And if your friends with Jesus Please ask him to help us Our best-case scenario is Lester turns up dead I'm almost out of Valium, courage and self-respect Drag the lake Charlie / Drag the lake Charlie It won't be the first time but it might be the last Lyrics: Patterson Hood / Music: Cooley, Hood, Morgan, Neff, Tucker and Gonzalez © Razor and Tie Music (BMI) (December 3, 2008 - Athens GA. Bus) Patterson Hood - Lead Vocal, Lead Guitar / Mike Cooley - Lead Guitar / John Neff - Lead Guitar / Shonna Tucker - Bass and Backing Vocal / Brad Morgan - Drums / Jay Gonzalez - B3 and Backing Vocal I don't even like the way it sounds but one day it's gonna be "I told you so" I'm expectin' that you're gonna be down. You never listened to a word I said, One day it's gonna be "I told you so" I told you something' and you kicked me in the head One day it's gonna be "I told you so" One day it's gonna be "I told you so"...
No concept or intentional story line here, yet as we sit down to sequence, it somehow seems to imply otherwise.
We were touring in Norway and one night at dinner the TV was on and the top story on the news was about a woman in Selmer, TN, about 35 miles from my hometown, who had shot and killed her husband, a prominent preacher in town. Here I was, halfway around the world from my home and the top story is only 35 miles away from there.
Selmer was the same town we visited a few years earlier on our album The Dirty South, as it was the home of Sherriff Buford Pusser and all of the exploits he was involved in, many deeply involving some folks from my hometown that inspired a few of the songs on that album. As a touring band, we have frequently found ourselves in the exact place and time as the national front-page story of the moment.
We've laughed, uncomfortably about it for years, but it keeps on happening and sometimes it gets a little creepy.
I wrote "The Wig He Made Her Wear" instead, a couple of days before it was recorded. A few days after writing it, we were in the studio to work on this album and we recorded it in one take.