Bradley Fish

Bradley Fish

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Rock - Progressive Rock | Jerusalem, Israel
Total Song Plays: 7,326   
Member Since: 2004
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Song Description

Comedy Tune


Big Bag of Reefer - Fish /Anderson

We're running low on toothpaste
The shampoo bottle coughs
We're down to just one towel
So we take turns drying off
The soap is made of tiny pieces
Of neatly melted chunks
And they just turned the water off
So now we smell like skunks
But we don't mind we got a:

Big Bag of Reefer
small pack of papers
Twist up the former
with a skin from the latter
Get high and stay there
flash through the fresh air
Blast all of our cares away for a while

The boom box eats up all the tapes
The record player scratches
The channels that our TV gets
Come only in brief snatches
We can't afford no magazines
No newspapers or books
Our paintings all sit on the floor
'Cause we don't have any hooks
But it's all right we got a: (CH)

There's nothing in the fridge to eat
unless you are a moth
But the stove it don't work anyhow
so we just shrug it off
There's pizza boxes in the kitchen
stacked up 10 feet tall
You eat what you scrape off the cardboard
or you don't eat at all!
Goes good with a (CH)

We burnt out all the light bulbs
We blew out all the fuses
We constantly run into things
Just like a couple mooses
Its impossible to find anything
Living in the dark
So we moved our shit across the street
Now we're living in the park
And we like it with a (CH)

Song Length
Rock - Modern, Rock - Classic
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Cheerful, Ecstatic

Subject Matter
Pot, Drugs

Similar Artists
Bob Dylan, Alice In Chains
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Mike Anderson
Music Credits Bradley Fish/Mike Anderson
Producer Credits Bradley Fish
Publisher Credits ASCAP
Performance Credits Bass-Philly Meir, Drums-Rokker, Keys-Jeff Muendell; Bradley Fish-vocals, dulcimer, acoustic + electric guitars;
Label Credits Bradley Fish Music