Sometimes a song you hear for the first time, is innocent and sweet sounding. Then you listen closer to the lyrics, and realize
it's talking about stuff you didn't realize. Double-entendres help disguise the filthiest of songs.
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10 and 12 it's wine and dancin'
midnight starts the hard romancin'
1 o'clock that truck is rockin'
2 he's cumming, still no stopping
Break and check the clock at 3
they're right on where they wanna be
4 o'clock they hit the floor
5 o'clock they're still screwin'
This part of the song is sung so fast its hard to hear. I had to listen to it several times to be sure I really heard what I thought I had! Try it yourself. the last word 'screwin'' is drawn out so it's very hard to identify. Naughty country music... who woulda thunked it?!?!
Submitted by: TechnoJesus
Correct lyrics are: Four o'clock get up and going
Five o'clock that rooster's crowing
I have wondered if they are, just for the 'ain't going down' aspect - but I think it's just an expression for staying up all night. However, I had to point out that the interpretation by a previous poster actually contains the wrong lyrics!
Submitted by: Jules
That summer wind was all around me
Nothing between us but the night
When I told her that I'd never
She softly whispered that's alright
And then I watched her hands of leather
Turn to velvet in a touch
There's never been another summer
When I have ever learned so much.
An older woman took his virginity...yet you might not catch that unless listening closely.
Submitted by: Becca
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