BIG SUGA (Josh Horton)

BIG SUGA (Josh Horton)

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Rock - General | Greenport, New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 112   
Member Since: 2009
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Plays:

33

Song Description

Get In Line is an upbeat song outlining a series of tales, lost relationships and dysfunction. It lyrically blends irony, emotion and hard hitting facts over a thumping dance groove and effective melody. Throughout "Get In Line" BIG SUGA will take you across the country in blackouts and various states of mind in hot rods, trains, trucks and boats highlighting the ups and downs of love through the writer's eyes. Listeners will laugh, wince and blush as they dance to this accessable Rock 'N Roll journey.

Story Behind the Song

Based on a series of personal experiences. (But we're not saying whose) Strung out, kicked in the teeth, stabbed in the heart and smiling; the character in this song is told to "Get In Line" each time he tries to take a relationship to the next level of love. That the character finds himself blacked out in Memphis when he's supposed to be in Texas, locked out of his truck after hanging out in a Nevada brothel or by himself on vacation when his girl friend at home finally decides to have a threesome doesn't make him any less lovable. In contrast, even though he's created his own screwed up set of circumstances - you can't help but root for this guy and be on his side. That's the story - and I'm sticking to it!

Lyrics

Verse 1:
Broke again in Memphis with a hard one tied on.

I think that train to Texas I was supposed to ride on.

Last night I was a daddy in a Fast Back Ford.

Today I'm bummin' a smoke off some riverbank whore.

CHORUS:
She said:
Go Get In That line.
Just get in that line.
She said get in line.
Go get in that line.
Just get in that line.
She said get in line.
Go Get in that line.
Just get in that line.
She said, get in line
If you want something better,
better get yourself to the end of the line.

Verse 2:
Scored me a job in New York for that high dollar pay.

I called my olive eyed baby and said, "I'll pick you up at JFK."

She said, "I miss you so much baby but there's something you need to know. I married a marine out in San Diego"
....go

Chorus:
Go Get In That line.
Just get in that line.
She said get in line.
Go get in that line.
Just get in that line.
She said get in line.
Go Get in that line.
Just get in that line.
She said, get in line
If you want something better,
better get yourself to the end of the line.

Guitar SOLO:

Verse 3:
Found me a piece of drift love in that grand Puget Sound.

Who thought I'd find something so fine just floating around.

A sunshine girl to keep my world in constant rotation.

And man she liked it wild in that French style - Wait man
I was away on vacation!

CHORUS
Go Get In That line.
Just get in that line.
She said get in line.
Go get in that line.
Just get in that line.
She said get in line.
Go Get in that line.
Just get in that line.
She said, get in line
If you want something better,
better get yourself to the end of the line.

Verse 4:
So I'm driving across the country in my old GMC.

Seems like this whole trip man I've just been riding on "E".

I pulled into a juke joint wondering why I even bothered.

Got locked out of my truck while I was stealing a look from some whore in Nevada!

Chorus:
Go Get In That line.
Just get in that line.
She said get in line.
Go get in that line.
Just get in that line.
She said get in line.
Go Get in that line.
Just get in that line.
She said, get in line
If you want something better,
better get yourself to the end of the line.

Song Length
3:57
Genres
Rock - Roots/Rock n' Roll, Rock - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
In High Spirits, Jovial

Subject Matter
Life, Dysfunctional Relations

Similar Artists
The Black Crowes, The Rolling Stones
Language
English
Era
1960 - 1969

Lyric Credits Joshua Y. Horton
Music Credits Joshua Y. Horton
Producer Credits Joshua Y. Horton
Publisher Credits Joshua Y. Horton
Performance Credits BIG SUGA
Label Credits BIGSUGA Productions - Joshua Y. Horton