Song Lyric Sunday: Drink
A week or so ago, I saw this New to Me Music Blog Hop show up in my email. I think I may have seen it on John @ Sound of One Hand Typing, but I can’t be sure. Anyway… I thought this seemed like a fun idea, and figured I’d give it a go this week.
The Idea was formed by Helen @ Helens Words Of Life. She has presented us with the theme of DRINK for this week. Be sure to check out her page for all the rules of her game.
The first song that popped into my head takes me on a journey to a few decades ago. The artist is one of my first love’s favorite artists.
It’s Sunday, so I’ll keep this relatively short for you.
Wikipedia tells us this about the song:
"I Drink Alone" is a rock song by George Thorogood and the Destroyers. It was released as a single from the 1985 album Maverick. The song describes a man who, as the name of the song suggests, spends most of his time alone drinking. It name-checks various alcoholic beverages (J.P. Wiser's Whisky, Jack Daniel's, Jim Beam, Johnnie Walker (Black and Red Labels), and Old Grand-Dad) in the verses.