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Tom Waits — Get Behind The Mule
Album: Mule Variations
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Released: 1999
Length: 6:49
Plays (last 30 days): 2
Molly be damned smote Jimmy the Harp
With a horrid little pistol and a lariat
She's goin to the bottom
And she's goin down the drain
Said she wasn't big enough to carry it
She got to get behind the Mule
In the morning and plow
She got to get behind the Mule
In the morning and plow
She got to get behind the Mule
In the morning and plow
She got to get behind the Mule
In the morning and plow
Choppity chop goes the axe in the woods
You gotta meet me by the fall down tree
Shovel of dirt upon a coffin lid
And I know they'll come lookin for me boys
And I know they'll come a-lookin for me

(Chorus)
Got to get behind the Mule
In the morning and plow
Got to get behind the Mule
In the morning and plow
Got to get behind the Mule
In the morning and plow
Got to get behind the Mule
In the morning and plow

Big Jack Earl was 8'1
He stood in the road and he cried
He couldn't make her love him
Couldn't make her stay
But tell the good Lord that he tried

(Chorus)

Dusty trail from Atchison to Placerville
On the wreck of the Weaverville stage
Beaula fired on Beatty for a lemonade
I was stirring my brandy with a nail boys
Stirring my brandy with a nail

(Chorus)

Well the rampaging sons of the widow James
Jack the cutter and the pock marked kid
Had to stand naked at the bottom
Of the cross
And tell the good lord what they did
Tell the good lord what they did

(Chorus)

Punctuated birds on the power line
In a Studebaker with the Birdie Joe Joaks
I'm diggin all the way to China
With a silver spoon
While the hangman fumbles with the noose, boys
The hangman fumbles with the noose

(Chorus)

Pin your ear to the wisdom post
Pin your eye to the line
Never let the weeds get higher
Than the garden
Always keep a sapphire in your mind
Always keep a diamond in your mind

(Chorus)
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This song has a Captain Beefheart vibe 
i guess I am one of those people who don't get tom Waits . . . .
Tom Waits is all you need to say… If you know you know.
I think it is Tom being Tom and he wants us to just go with it.
Nice track and all, but acoustics are weird(er than usual) with the good Mr. Waits here? Sounds like he's singing through a cardboard tube or something. Just a random thing or any meaning to it?
 xcranky_yankee wrote:

always interesting...first saw Tom Waits on "America Tonight" or "Fernwood Tonite" with Martin Mull and Fred Willard - perfect place to find a piano playing, cigarette smoking T.W. with a flashing caption underneath..."A REAL STAR" I think. LONG time ago and I've enjoyed his long and interesting career.


Fernwood Tonite - classic.  Spinoff from Mary Hartman Mary Hartman, another one of a kind.

Gotta find those vids on the interwebs and watch em again.  Been too long since.  

Thanks for reminding me.
Woot! I was hoping there'd be a TW original following that glorious Chocolate Jesus cover by Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa, and this is the perfect one.
 jtherieau wrote:
Mule


Dat ass!
Did Dr John sign off on this?
I love Tom Waits!
 Geecheeboy wrote:

I was asked to conduct a funeral for a cousin once. I am not a preacher, but know how to do things like speak and conduct a service. So I did. While waiting outside the funeral home for the casket to be loaded into the hearse, I was standing with the older men, and some subject came up about keeping on. I thought of this song and said, "every morning, you got to get behind the mule and plow." They all nodded solemnly as if I had something really profound. 


You did! Sure somebody else said it first, but hey.
c.
hah Beth hart chocolate Jesus then Waits Get behind the mule. Nice
GREAT!!! ...Tom waits for no one LOL!
I was asked to conduct a funeral for a cousin once. I am not a preacher, but know how to do things like speak and conduct a service. So I did. While waiting outside the funeral home for the casket to be loaded into the hearse, I was standing with the older men, and some subject came up about keeping on. I thought of this song and said, "every morning, you got to get behind the mule and plow." They all nodded solemnly as if I had something really profound. 
 zenhead wrote:

Tom reinvents himself yet again.



22 years ago
Tom reinvents himself yet again.
I knew a working ranch cowboy who decided he preferred mules to horses. "If I'd learned to get along with mules years ago, I'd probly still be married to my first wife."
 Soopertimes wrote:
Mr Waits knows how to break your heart with a rusty axe
 

I love this. And actually, it feels more like he's slowly digging a hole though my heart with a rusty spoon... 
Smokey Hormel on the guitar, was thinking  its Marc Ribot because of previous song.
 dwlangham wrote:
good god in fucking heaven
 
Yeah, it's awesome, isn't it?  
good god in fucking heaven
Mr Waits knows how to break your heart with a rusty axe
 AndyJ wrote:
 

I feel sorry (almost) for anyone who has never plowed with a mule...

My Grandfather had 5 acres in the backyard. He had a mule and manual plow...Not very different from those used in the 19th century... When WWII broke out my Dad had a farmer exemption from the draft. One morning shortly after graduating high school, he had a hangover and was plowing the "garden"... Mid-morning he told his father he was going to get some cigarettes and went to the recruiters office.... He always said that  he thought that -anything- the Germans threw at him had to be better than watching that mule's rear end all day...

I came along shortly after he came home. We lived with my Grandparents for a few years. I loved getting out and following him in the freshly cut furrows... He also had a buggy that his mule and later horse pulled... very 19th century... watching an equine produce road muffins is an educational experience that stays with one.... My Grandfather also had chickens who laid eggs everywhere... fun for kids to seek... he also would kill and clean them in the back yard for Sunday meals...

Sadly my kids never had that experience... But that was a world "Gone with the Wind"... like fog on a warming morning...

If you doubt my tales, remember "The future is already here. It's just unevenly distributed." You can see wisps of the past almost everywhere, if you look around...

 

 


 
Had to comment... beautifully written!  I remember visiting my great Uncles farm as a kid... very small farm. I just remember it looked like a tough life... nothing I was used too. My dad joined the Army after I was born, due to me, did 2 tours in Vietnam at the tail end.  
Kinda scary, wars from the beginning were very up close and brutal. The more we progress as a people of Earth we find ways to destroy from a distance... and now?

we don't have to look in their eyes... and learn... is this the direction we want to go? A song comes to mind I learned from here...The War Was in Color.. by Carbon Leaf.  

When my mom used to ask, didn't you learn from the last time you did that? I can reply learn from my mistakes since my existence when society can't do the same over the centuries?  
Hope you are well
always interesting...first saw Tom Waits on "America Tonight" or "Fernwood Tonite" with Martin Mull and Fred Willard - perfect place to find a piano playing, cigarette smoking T.W. with a flashing caption underneath..."A REAL STAR" I think. LONG time ago and I've enjoyed his long and interesting career.
 AndyJ wrote:
 Opens your eyes for whats around you everyday to appreciate.

I feel sorry (almost) for anyone who has never plowed with a mule...

My Grandfather had 5 acres in the backyard. He had a mule and manual plow...Not very different from those used in the 19th century... When WWII broke out my Dad had a farmer exemption from the draft. One morning shortly after graduating high school, he had a hangover and was plowing the "garden"... Mid-morning he told his father he was going to get some cigarettes and went to the recruiters office.... He always said that  he thought that -anything- the Germans threw at him had to be better than watching that mule's rear end all day...

I came along shortly after he came home. We lived with my Grandparents for a few years. I loved getting out and following him in the freshly cut furrows... He also had a buggy that his mule and later horse pulled... very 19th century... watching an equine produce road muffins is an educational experience that stays with one.... My Grandfather also had chickens who laid eggs everywhere... fun for kids to seek... he also would kill and clean them in the back yard for Sunday meals...

Sadly my kids never had that experience... But that was a world "Gone with the Wind"... like fog on a warming morning...

If you doubt my tales, remember "The future is already here. It's just unevenly distributed." You can see wisps of the past almost everywhere, if you look around...

 

 


 

 nampelkafe wrote:
Waw! I've never rated a 10-Godlike to a unknown artist, until I heard this one.
 
"...to an unknown artist..."

Oh my... you have some catching up to do. It will be a long and convoluted trip. Not for the faint of heart or shallow of taste. But if you've given this a 10 I think you'll enjoy the ride.
Check out his acting career as well - there's no-one else on the planet quite like Mr Waits.
 jrozzelle wrote:

My grandfather and I were driving around Talassee, AL, in 1975, where he grew up.  His family was in town for a reunion.  I was 13 years old.  He was trying to find old landmarks, not having much luck.  We passed a man working a mule-driven plow.  My grandfather stopped the car, got out, walked across the field, borrowed the plow and did a couple of turns back and forth across the field. 
 
The ancient Greeks  wrote a line and instead of returning to the left side, wrote from
right to left, repeating down the papyrus...This type of writing was called boustrophedon..."As the ox turns" when plowing...

Tony in NJ
W.A.S.T.E.



 
 nampelkafe wrote:
Waw! I've never rated a 10-Godlike to a unknown artist, until I heard this one.
 

Think I may have given this fine singer a 10 on a couple of his songs
Waw! I've never rated a 10-Godlike to a unknown artist, until I heard this one.
 Chimpmeister wrote:
Garbage.
 
Says you dumbass
Garbage.
 AndyJ wrote:
 

I feel sorry (almost) for anyone who has never plowed with a mule...

My Grandfather had 5 acres in the backyard. He had a mule and manual plow...Not very different from those used in the 19th century... When WWII broke out my Dad had a farmer exemption from the draft. One morning shortly after graduating high school, he had a hangover and was plowing the "garden"... Mid-morning he told his father he was going to get some cigarettes and went to the recruiters office.... He always said that  he thought that -anything- the Germans threw at him had to be better than watching that mule's rear end all day...

I came along shortly after he came home. We lived with my Grandparents for a few years. I loved getting out and following him in the freshly cut furrows... He also had a buggy that his mule and later horse pulled... very 19th century... watching an equine produce road muffins is an educational experience that stays with one.... My Grandfather also had chickens who laid eggs everywhere... fun for kids to seek... he also would kill and clean them in the back yard for Sunday meals...

Sadly my kids never had that experience... But that was a world "Gone with the Wind"... like fog on a warming morning...

If you doubt my tales, remember "The future is already here. It's just unevenly distributed." You can see wisps of the past almost everywhere, if you look around...

 

 


 
I thought they were road apples!
Tomy Waits can do no wrong!
So reminds me of Dr. John on this track. Very Nice. I like.  {#Laughing}
 frank_eindhoven wrote:
What, a 6.6 rating for Tom Waits? What's going on?
 
I know.  Further evidence that the world is going to hell.

"It's the big one, I'm coming to join you Elizabeth!"
 twoplain2sea wrote:
Thy should put plow before mule, because horses are for courses.
 
A horse is a horse,
Of course, of course.


God speed, Mr. Ed.
 westslope wrote:

You nailed it.   The Democrats lost touch.  In the end, the Democrats understood very little.  
 
You and cely turned a Tom Waits song into political fodder.  You have missed the point of this song and RP.  SAD.
 Stratocaster wrote:
Wish I could understand why Tom Waits is so popular.

Ugh.
 As some have said, it's an acquired (good) taste. Join in.

Its movin' up from a 6 to an 8 for me.  Right on Tom!
 westslope wrote:

You nailed it.   The Democrats lost touch.  In the end, the Democrats understood very little.  

 


Whatever that comment means.  In the end, either Trump goes (to be replaced by a REALLY  rightwing religious Republican nut) or he stays thru Jan 2021 and God knows what he does  during that stretch.  Maybe you like another war - nuclear this time. 
Wish he did a little research...Placerville was known as Hangtown when the Weaverville stage was around.
 cely wrote:
6.6 rating?  That's why Trump is president.  And so much else.

 
You nailed it.   The Democrats lost touch.  In the end, the Democrats understood very little.  
The variety of comments are... amusing. 

If the haters actually bothered to score the song, I bet we would end up with a U-shaped distribution of numerical ratings.
 
I like Tom Waits just enough to pay attention.  If I did not enjoy Waits, I would still expect RP to play him often.  
Wish I could understand why Tom Waits is so popular.

Ugh.
Mule
6.6 rating?  That's why Trump is president.  And so much else.
Damn fine; simple as that.
Tom is an American treasure.
Classic - really like this version. His gravel voice is perfect on this one, informed by all his drinking, which also lends it self to the mood of this song!
 LizK (West Florida, where the gators roam) wrote:
As usual with Tom Waits...

 
Sending a gator your way.

First time I noticed the (whip cracks) toward the end. Nice

 frank_eindhoven wrote:
What, a 6.6 rating for Tom Waits? What's going on?
 
Don't overrate RP-listeners ...
{#Whistle}
 Megavolt wrote:

An acquired taste, to be sure. But worth the investment. 

 
My first listen... his voice makes me uncomfortable, yet I can instantly tell that his sound is an acquired taste. I'm looking forward to acquiring it! 
When dealing with certain tasks or specific humans, this gets stuck in my head, heh.
What, a 6.6 rating for Tom Waits? What's going on?
 Jota wrote:

He has individuality and character, something that the manufactured efforts of Rihanna, Swift and the like could never dream of.

Tom Waits is an artist.  Rihanna is a product.

 
Succinct and spot on.
Tom Waits.  Wonderful lyricist.

Pin your ear to the wisdom post

Pin your eye to the line
Never let the weeds get higher
Than the garden
Always keep a sapphire in your mind
Always keep a diamond in your mind
Thy should put plow before mule, because horses are for courses.
 LizK wrote:
As usual with Tom Waits, he sings about a life I can't relate to,  (when was the last time I met a mule?  Yes, Republicans, but  I mean a real fur & hoof variety.)  Where did he learn to sing?  From a group named the cheddargraters? Ugly, ugly, well you get the point.

 
It's an allegory. Some have jobs that are drugery, like getting behind the mule and plowing. 

Like when the dwarves sing, "I owe, I owe, so it's off to work I go" you don't have to be going down into a mine to get the idea of being shafted. 
 helgigermany wrote:
Very bad voice! 
  LizK wrote:
As usual with Tom Waits, he sings about a life I can't relate to,  (when was the last time I met a mule?  Yes, Republicans, but  I mean a real fur & hoof variety.)  Where did he learn to sing?  From a group named the cheddargraters? Ugly, ugly, well you get the point.

 
Speaking of getting the point, could the point be more missed?

How could someone not get the message of the line, "get behind the mule in the morning and plow"?  It's called metaphor.  I just can't relate to "putting my nose to the grindstone".  No one grinds down their nose anymore!!

I know we're becoming a country of anti-intellectuals, but some of the drivel I read here makes me question my own sanity.
 LizK wrote:
As usual with Tom Waits, he sings about a life I can't relate to,  (when was the last time I met a mule?  Yes, Republicans, but  I mean a real fur & hoof variety.)  Where did he learn to sing?  From a group named the cheddargraters? Ugly, ugly, well you get the point.

 
He has individuality and character, something that the manufactured efforts of Rihanna, Swift and the like could never dream of.

Tom Waits is an artist.  Rihanna is a product.
 helgigermany wrote:
Very bad voice! 
 
An acquired taste, to be sure. But worth the investment. 
Awesome way to start the day. You do, indeed, gotta get behind the mule. 

And plow.  
Very bad voice! 
As usual with Tom Waits, he sings about a life I can't relate to,  (when was the last time I met a mule?  Yes, Republicans, but  I mean a real fur & hoof variety.)  Where did he learn to sing?  From a group named the cheddargraters? Ugly, ugly, well you get the point.
More TW please 
Is this the only music service on the web that would play not one but two Waits songs in a row? Great stuff. 
 garyalex wrote:

All this song has going for it are great musicianship, powerful lyrics, excellent production and Tom's unique way of telling a story.  Other than that you're right.

 
Mr. Waits is not everyone's cup of whisky.  I like it neat...with a cigarette... but some of the covers, like the last one, show how skilled this man is.
 garyalex wrote:

All this song has going for it are great musicianship, powerful lyrics, excellent production and Tom's unique way of telling a story.  Other than that you're right.

 
This cannot be bumped enough.  Well said!
 garyalex wrote:

All this song has going for it are great musicianship, powerful lyrics, excellent production and Tom's unique way of telling a story.  Other than that you're right.

 
BA-BOOOM!!!    you nailed it garyalex, cheers!
I love Tom Waits but this is really not worth my precious time
 
Just look at the album cover. This man is not weak. Songwriting or otherwise.
 garyalex wrote:
All this song has going for it are great musicianship, powerful lyrics, excellent production and Tom's unique way of telling a story.  Other than that you're right.
 
{#Clap}
 stegokitty wrote:
This is one of those songs that, if written by just about anyone else, the majority report would considered it to be tripe.
It is tripe. Tom Waits writing and performing it doesn't make it good.

 
All this song has going for it are great musicianship, powerful lyrics, excellent production and Tom's unique way of telling a story.  Other than that you're right.
 stegokitty wrote:
This is one of those songs that, if written by just about anyone else, the majority report would considered it to be tripe.
It is tripe. Tom Waits writing and performing it doesn't make it good.

 
No, Tom Waits writing it doesn't make it good.
Still, it is pretty good.
 
This is one of those songs that, if written by just about anyone else, the majority report would considered it to be tripe.
It is tripe. Tom Waits writing and performing it doesn't make it good.
I would not like getting behind the mule,,,I don't like stepping in poop.
Dusty trail from Atchison to Placerville
On the wreck of the Weaverville stage
Beaula fired on Beatty for a lemonade
I was stirring my brandy with a nail boys
Stirring my brandy with a nail

Got to get behind the mule
In the morning and plow...

I guess its time to get behind the mule
 calle01 wrote:

You're an Idiot! 
Finally RP plays a song with depth. 
Go listen to your girly music fool. 

 
Easy there dude... I think superweh actually likes it too.  Even if he didn't I don't think he would deserve your lashing.  I love this tune, lets just enjoy.
 pankman wrote:
How can anybody like this song? It's beyond my understanding. Worst garbage!

 
How can someone fail to understand shy almost everybody likes this song
How can anybody like this song? It's beyond my understanding. Worst garbage!
Everybody in my alien space craft loves this song...  we be dancing like bowlegged gypsy muleskinners...
 AndyJ wrote:

 

I feel sorry (almost) for anyone who has never plowed with a mule...

My Grandfather had 5 acres in the backyard. He had a mule and manual plow...Not very different from those used in the 19th century... When WWII broke out my Dad had a farmer exemption from the draft. One morning shortly after graduating high school, he had a hangover and was plowing the "garden"... Mid-morning he told his father he was going to get some cigarettes and went to the recruiters office.... He always said that  he thought that -anything- the Germans threw at him had to be better than watching that mule's rear end all day...

I came along shortly after he came home. We lived with my Grandparents for a few years. I loved getting out and following him in the freshly cut furrows... He also had a buggy that his mule and later horse pulled... very 19th century... watching an equine produce road muffins is an educational experience that stays with one.... My Grandfather also had chickens who laid eggs everywhere... fun for kids to seek... he also would kill and clean them in the back yard for Sunday meals...

Sadly my kids never had that experience... But that was a world "Gone with the Wind"... like fog on a warming morning...

If you doubt my tales, remember "The future is already here. It's just unevenly distributed." You can see wisps of the past almost everywhere, if you look around...

 

 



 
great story, one of the best I have read on RP - sadly(?) I have never plowed a mule
love that slide guitar work!
 
 Perfect. And thanks for that. Hope Tom reads this.


AndyJ wrote:

 

I feel sorry (almost) for anyone who has never plowed with a mule...

My Grandfather had 5 acres in the backyard. He had a mule and manual plow...Not very different from those used in the 19th century... When WWII broke out my Dad had a farmer exemption from the draft. One morning shortly after graduating high school, he had a hangover and was plowing the "garden"... Mid-morning he told his father he was going to get some cigarettes and went to the recruiters office.... He always said that  he thought that -anything- the Germans threw at him had to be better than watching that mule's rear end all day...

I came along shortly after he came home. We lived with my Grandparents for a few years. I loved getting out and following him in the freshly cut furrows... He also had a buggy that his mule and later horse pulled... very 19th century... watching an equine produce road muffins is an educational experience that stays with one.... My Grandfather also had chickens who laid eggs everywhere... fun for kids to seek... he also would kill and clean them in the back yard for Sunday meals...

Sadly my kids never had that experience... But that was a world "Gone with the Wind"... like fog on a warming morning...

If you doubt my tales, remember "The future is already here. It's just unevenly distributed." You can see wisps of the past almost everywhere, if you look around...

 

 



 


 

I feel sorry (almost) for anyone who has never plowed with a mule...

My Grandfather had 5 acres in the backyard. He had a mule and manual plow...Not very different from those used in the 19th century... When WWII broke out my Dad had a farmer exemption from the draft. One morning shortly after graduating high school, he had a hangover and was plowing the "garden"... Mid-morning he told his father he was going to get some cigarettes and went to the recruiters office.... He always said that  he thought that -anything- the Germans threw at him had to be better than watching that mule's rear end all day...

I came along shortly after he came home. We lived with my Grandparents for a few years. I loved getting out and following him in the freshly cut furrows... He also had a buggy that his mule and later horse pulled... very 19th century... watching an equine produce road muffins is an educational experience that stays with one.... My Grandfather also had chickens who laid eggs everywhere... fun for kids to seek... he also would kill and clean them in the back yard for Sunday meals...

Sadly my kids never had that experience... But that was a world "Gone with the Wind"... like fog on a warming morning...

If you doubt my tales, remember "The future is already here. It's just unevenly distributed." You can see wisps of the past almost everywhere, if you look around...

 

 


stirrin' my brandy with a nail
Tom Waits is an American treasure.
I love Tom.
 Peter_Bradshaw wrote:
{#Heartkiss}{#Heartkiss}{#Heartkiss} 8>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>9
 
dito ^^
{#Heartkiss}{#Heartkiss}{#Heartkiss}  8 >>>>>>> 9
Love this and I'm not a huge fan but this is one of those songs that is about more than the surface subject matter. 
This does not work for me. Tom Waits has other tunes I like, but I cannot get behind this Mule..
 jrozzelle wrote:

My grandfather and I were driving around Talassee, AL, in 1975, where he grew up.  His family was in town for a reunion.  I was 13 years old.  He was trying to find old landmarks, not having much luck.  We passed a man working a mule-driven plow.  My grandfather stopped the car, got out, walked across the field, borrowed the plow and did a couple of turns back and forth across the field. 

 
Cool!!!! Thank you for sharing this!

My grandfather and I were driving around Talassee, AL, in 1975, where he grew up.  His family was in town for a reunion.  I was 13 years old.  He was trying to find old landmarks, not having much luck.  We passed a man working a mule-driven plow.  My grandfather stopped the car, got out, walked across the field, borrowed the plow and did a couple of turns back and forth across the field. 
Most annoying voice ever...
 cdysthe wrote:
Every time I hear Tom Waits I want to get high on cough syrup.

 
Ah, but a man's reach should exceed his grasp,
Or what's a heaven for? 
 kingart wrote:
Great song. But Waits's rendition is as annoying as a screwdriver scraping on a blackboard. And repetitious at that. 

 
{#Stupid}  Huh?
 kingart wrote:
Great song. But Waits's rendition is as annoying as a screwdriver scraping on a blackboard. And repetitious at that. 

 
He wrote this song brother. It's an original, not a "rendition".
Great song. But Waits's rendition is as annoying as a screwdriver scraping on a blackboard. And repetitious at that. 
 {#No} u said it best. Bridieboo wrote:
No.
 


No.

marvelous...  love it...
 
Man's a lyric genius.

Everybody in my church loves this song...
 
I just, for some reason, do not get this guy. I know so many people who absolutely adore his music... I'm not one of them.
Not really my cup of tea...
Someone please assure me that the whole album is not variations of this one song.
I enjoy much of Tom's work, but this... not so much.
Stop already
I wonder how many times he actually says, "Get behind the mule" in this song. Wow...
I've heard better. As a matter of fact, this is annoying. I think it should be better titled Get Behind the Mute. Waits wrote Always Keep A Diamond in Your Mind. This one is Never Had A Good Tune In Mind. 
 Misterfixit wrote:

Sting!  that would be "get UNDER the mule or get IN FRONT of the mule", depending upon how sick and twisted your disgusting, filthy, depraved, perverted mind, most likely already degraded with the onset of the Final Stages of Syphilis and years of acts of sex which even J. Edgar Hoover would not have performed!!!

I am going to pray for you and your soul. 

{#Lol}
 

A statement of a Catholic man - certainly no southern dude!

PS

Regarding your technical advice I admit that you obviously know better!

Was just asking.


 johnjconn wrote:
Before I die, I gotta go drinking with Tom Waits
A dirty bar, perhaps in New Orleans, with ugly stripers and aged Bourbon.
 
I prefer strippers, but to each his own. Then again noncoms in NOLA can be fun.
 Stingray wrote:

Get behind the mule...?

TITLE OF A PORN FLICK?

 
Sting!  that would be "get UNDER the mule or get IN FRONT of the mule", depending upon how sick and twisted your disgusting, filthy, depraved, perverted mind, most likely already degraded with the onset of the Final Stages of Syphilis and years of acts of sex which even J. Edgar Hoover would not have performed!!!

I am going to pray for you and your soul. 

{#Lol}
The aroma of 'outhouse' wafts the air as this is the soundtrack.

{#Good-vibes}{#Clap}{#Notworthy}

Get behind the mule...?

TITLE OF A SOUTHERN PORN FLICK?


This song fits my sentiments exactly on this Monday afternoon.
 LizK wrote:
Rather hear someone put his hand in the disposal. 
 
or hers...
Rather hear someone put his hand in the disposal.