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  • ChiCity
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    Originally posted by DACP View Post
    The top ten "cocaine" songs.

    10- “Bales of Cocaine”, by The Reverend Horton Heat
    9 - “Lit up” by Buckcherry
    8 - “My Michelle” by Guns ‘n’ Roses
    7 - “That Smell” by Lynyrd Skynyrd
    6 - “Life in the Fast Lane”, by The Eagles
    5 - “Casey Jones” and “Truckin”, by the Grateful Dead
    4 - “Can’t You Hear Me Knockin’”, “Sister Morphine”, and “Moonlight Mile”, (basically the entire “Sticky Fingers” album) by the Rolling Stones
    3 - Cocaine Blues (traditional, composed by Reverend Gary Davis, as performed by Bob Dylan)
    2 - Cocaine Blues, (traditional, as performed by Johnny Cash)
    1 - “Cocaine”, by J.J. Cale

    And some "Honorable and Dishonorable" Mentions

    Never Change, Jay-Z
    Coke Dealers, Too $hort
    Represent, Ja Rule
    Cocaine Trafficking, Ghostface Killah / Trife Da God
    Cocaine, The Game
    No Thing on Me (Cocaine Song), Curtis Mayfield
    What a Waster, The Libertines
    Picture, Kid Rock
    Snowblind, Black Sabbath
    You forgot the best one:

    "White Lines" by Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five.

    This has the best version of the song I can find on YouTube, although the video is actually from Thriller: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=opivtSQipNM

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  • Southflaguy
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    Originally posted by GLHS837 View Post
    I think the big difference, generally speaking, is that the older songs are not glorifying it, but pointing out that it will wreck your life, while the newer stuff never mentions the downside.
    The newer stuff mainly talks about selling it and the money behind it...You're right though, they don't talk about the down side, the jail time, the personnal saftey issues and what not...They make prison sound "fun"...

    The older music is more pesonal use, I broke up w/ my girlfreind and I went on a binge type of songs...

    We all know about rap and their romantic lyrics...

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  • GLHS837
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    I think the big difference, generally speaking, is that the older songs are not glorifying it, but pointing out that it will wreck your life, while the newer stuff never mentions the downside.

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  • School Cop
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    Now as we indulge in things refined,
    We hide our hearts from harder times.
    A string of pearls, a foreign car
    Oh, we can only go so far on caviar and Cabernet.

    We drown our doubts in dry champagne,
    And soothe our souls with fine cocaine.
    I don't know why I even care
    We'll get so high and get nowhere.
    We'll have to change our jaded ways
    But I've loved these days.

    - Billy Joel

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  • kingsman
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    How about a little Barbershop quartet...

    Cocaine Bill and Morphine Sue,
    Walking down the avenue, two by two.

    Ah-ha my little baby
    Won't you take a (sniff)
    Won't you take a big (sniff,sniff)

    Ah-ha my little baby
    have a (sniff) on me
    take a (sniff) on me

    She got what she wanted,
    but the tail iis sad.
    Her stuff was good,
    but the dop was bad
    Bill he sighed
    sue she cried,
    and they both laid down and died

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  • Southflaguy
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    Originally posted by DACP View Post
    The top ten "cocaine" songs.

    10- “Bales of Cocaine”, by The Reverend Horton Heat
    9 - “Lit up” by Buckcherry
    8 - “My Michelle” by Guns ‘n’ Roses
    7 - “That Smell” by Lynyrd Skynyrd
    6 - “Life in the Fast Lane”, by The Eagles
    5 - “Casey Jones” and “Truckin”, by the Grateful Dead
    4 - “Can’t You Hear Me Knockin’”, “Sister Morphine”, and “Moonlight Mile”, (basically the entire “Sticky Fingers” album) by the Rolling Stones
    3 - Cocaine Blues (traditional, composed by Reverend Gary Davis, as performed by Bob Dylan)
    2 - Cocaine Blues, (traditional, as performed by Johnny Cash)
    1 - “Cocaine”, by J.J. Cale

    And some "Honorable and Dishonorable" Mentions

    Never Change, Jay-Z
    Coke Dealers, Too $hort
    Represent, Ja Rule
    Cocaine Trafficking, Ghostface Killah / Trife Da God
    Cocaine, The Game
    No Thing on Me (Cocaine Song), Curtis Mayfield
    What a Waster, The Libertines
    Picture, Kid Rock
    Snowblind, Black Sabbath
    You listen to Jay-Z, Too $hort, Ja Rule, and Gost Face Killah?...

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  • DACP
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    The top ten "cocaine" songs.

    10- “Bales of Cocaine”, by The Reverend Horton Heat
    9 - “Lit up” by Buckcherry
    8 - “My Michelle” by Guns ‘n’ Roses
    7 - “That Smell” by Lynyrd Skynyrd
    6 - “Life in the Fast Lane”, by The Eagles
    5 - “Casey Jones” and “Truckin”, by the Grateful Dead
    4 - “Can’t You Hear Me Knockin’”, “Sister Morphine”, and “Moonlight Mile”, (basically the entire “Sticky Fingers” album) by the Rolling Stones
    3 - Cocaine Blues (traditional, composed by Reverend Gary Davis, as performed by Bob Dylan)
    2 - Cocaine Blues, (traditional, as performed by Johnny Cash)
    1 - “Cocaine”, by J.J. Cale

    And some "Honorable and Dishonorable" Mentions

    Never Change, Jay-Z
    Coke Dealers, Too $hort
    Represent, Ja Rule
    Cocaine Trafficking, Ghostface Killah / Trife Da God
    Cocaine, The Game
    No Thing on Me (Cocaine Song), Curtis Mayfield
    What a Waster, The Libertines
    Picture, Kid Rock
    Snowblind, Black Sabbath

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  • DACP
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    Whiskey bottles, and brand new cars
    Oak tree you're in my way
    There's too much coke and too much smoke
    Look what's going on inside you
    Ooooh that smell
    Can't you smell that smell
    Ooooh that smell
    The smell of death surrounds you

    -Lynrd Skynyrd-

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  • willowdared
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    Originally posted by Seventy2002 View Post
    Some get a kick from cocaine
    I'm sure that if
    I took even one sniff
    That would bore me terrifically, too
    Yet, I get a kick out of you


    Cole Porter, 1934
    That's when it was still legal, and an ingredient in Coke.

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  • Southflaguy
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    Originally posted by lpstopper View Post
    Listen to jeezy and you will be well informed on the "terms" "Chickens" and "White girl" come to mind.
    Yup, that's the guy (Jeezy) I was thinking about...three 6 mafia and Cam'ron come to mind too...Losing weight...

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  • lpstopper
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    Originally posted by Southflaguy View Post
    I listen to mostly rap music, so they come up w/ "clever" names for cocaine and other stuff...
    Listen to jeezy and you will be well informed on the "terms" "Chickens" and "White girl" come to mind.

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  • Southflaguy
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    I listen to mostly rap music, so they come up w/ "clever" names for cocaine and other stuff...

    The "B" word (female dog) is another one of those words they censor from time to time, song to song...

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  • ChiCity
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v6OGy57tmEY

    At 2:53:

    "The way he'd hold me in his warm arms
    We went insane when we took cocaine."

    Great song

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  • Sgt York
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    The FCC grandfathered the Clapton version.

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  • lpstopper
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    "whole brick, quarter brick, half a brick, aye" .
    -OJ the Juiceman-Make the Trap.

    The whole song is pretty much bleeped out on the radio.

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