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Bruno Mars: Liquor Store Blues Meaning

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Standing at this liquor store,
Whisky coming through my pores, Feeling like I run this whole block.
Lotto tickets and cheap beer That's why you can catch me here, Tryna scratch my way up to the top.

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Because my job got me going...

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    anonymous
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    Apr 6th, 4:14pm report


    A frustrated young man who earns very little from his work (cos my job get me going nowhere)to sustain his life. So meagre that it can't even afford him accommodation. So he decides to try his luck on gambling (lotto tickets) while also trying to drink and forget his sorrows and pains, and if possible gets to a point where he won't have to worry about anything. (One shot for my pain, one drug for my sorrow)



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    anonymous
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    May 8th, 2017 5:38am report


    Cleary he's bidding and drinking having a good time trying to drift away from his pain and sorrow.



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    anonymous
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    Jun 29th, 2015 6:51am report


    It means that they are working in liquor store and getting drunk by the air in the
    store.

    This interpretation has been marked as poor. view anyway



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