Reconstruction

Reconstruction

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by Scott Miller
     
 

Product Details

Release Date:
04/10/2007
Label:
Sugarhill
UPC:
0015891108629
catalogNumber:
1086
Rank:
141659

Tracks

  1. I Made a Mess of This Town  -  Scott Miller & the Commonwealth
  2. Amtrak Cresent  -  Scott Miller & the Commonwealth
  3. Angels Dwell  -  Scott Miller & the Commonwealth
  4. Jody  -  Scott Miller & the Commonwealth
  5. Eight Miles Per Gallon  -  Scott Miller & the Commonwealth
  6. Arianne  -  Scott Miller & the Commonwealth
  7. It Didn't Take Too Long  -  Scott Miller & the Commonwealth
  8. Only Everything  -  Scott Miller & the Commonwealth
  9. Dear Sarah  -  Scott Miller & the Commonwealth
  10. Freedom's a Stranger  -  Scott Miller & the Commonwealth
  11. Still People Are Moving  -  Scott Miller & the Commonwealth
  12. On a Roll  -  Scott Miller & the Commonwealth
  13. Wild Things  -  Scott Miller & the Commonwealth
  14. Intro  -  Scott Miller & the Commonwealth
  15. For Jack Tymon  -  Scott Miller & the Commonwealth
  16. Drunk All Around This Town  -  Scott Miller & the Commonwealth
  17. Spike  -  Scott Miller & the Commonwealth
  18. Hawks and Doves  -  Scott Miller & the Commonwealth
  19. Goddamn the Sun  -  Scott Miller & the Commonwealth
  20. Is There Room on the Cross?  -  Scott Miller & the Commonwealth

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Guest More than 1 year ago
‘Drunk All Around This Town’ is his self-destructive claim to teach society about drunken stupors. Miller shows his true abusive colors he hides from the world in the bold faced lies of 'Only Everything'. The woman in his heart is actually a REAL person, not fiction. He never even pursued the woman in his heart in the song because he was unhappily married, but for 3 years subtly he came on to the girl in his heart, but he instantaneously pushed her away with songs about his wife any time the girl in his heart was in his presence. she even called his married bluff asked him to meet her before he recorded the song when it was still ‘My Everything’, and later he admitted that he was there, but ‘fled’ – he claims in the song that she gave no thought to ‘down there’ (the words a mother uses to describe privates to a 2 year old) while he gave thought to unrequited fantasies he does not have the courage to confront. It is a good thing the woman in his heart isn't a lawyer.