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Song Released: 2011


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Cottonwood fallin' like snow in July
Sunset, riverside, four wheel drives
In a taillight, circle
Roll down the windows
Turn it on up
Pour a little crown in a Dixie cup
Get the party, started

Girl, you make my speakers go Boom...

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    anonymous
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    May 24th, 5:58am report


    A drip of honey on the money maker is a woman's vagina. He s having oral sex. A woman's vagina is often a money maker.



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    anonymous
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    May 24th, 5:57am report


    A drip of honey on the money maker is a woman's vagina. He's having oral sex.



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    anonymous
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    Jun 26th, 2017 6:32pm report


    Haha this song is just stupid . Honestly it's like he ran out of words. He isn't as clever as John Lennon who did Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds which is clearly about LSD .....awful comparison . Just another country boy being lazy and silly with words



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    anonymous
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    May 8th, 2013 5:39am report


    Drunk Avon You is not about cocaine or alcohol in anyway. Sorry SWAQcity but it's not you're wrong. Drunk on you is about a GIRL. And it's an amazing song. "Girl you make my speakers go boom boom dancing on the tailgate in the full moon that kinda thing makes a man go mmmmm hmmmm you're lookin' so good in what's left of those blue jeans drip of honey on the moneymaker gotta be the best buzz I'm ever gonna find hey I'm a little drunk on you and high on summer time" the said GIRL. So... Obviously it's about a GIRL.



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    anonymous
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    Mar 15th, 2013 3:04am report


    I would have had a lot more respect for him if it were about cocaine. Does this guy write lyrics with a crayon? "Makes my speakers go boom boom"? "Makes a man go mhmm mhmm"? It's like the guy ran out of vocabulary.



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    anonymous
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    Feb 3rd, 2013 2:12pm report


    This definitely doesn't mean that he is talking about cocaine. You are stupid for even thinking that. When I read that I just started cracking up. It is about Luke in love with a girl. Just because he is married doesn't mean he can't make a music video or song about being in love with a girl. It's not actually real anyway. That's part of being a singer. Anyone who believes this song is really about cocaine is really really dumb and stupid. I mean c'mon, really?



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    anonymous
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    Jan 5th, 2013 1:50am report


    Why would luke bryan write about cocaine its just love songs! Remember internet likes to lie!



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    anonymous
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    Oct 25th, 2012 10:12pm report


    Not about drugs, It's about a guy finding love one summer and not being able to forget her.



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    anonymous
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    Oct 25th, 2012 10:04pm report


    SWAQcity is obviously retarded because it is a song clearly about a girl he fell for in I don't want this night to end, and the follow up is drunk on you which is referring to him hung up on the memory of the girl in hope that one day he will find or meet her again, nothing related to cocaine



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    ShadowKey
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    Oct 13th, 2012 10:18pm report


    I want to make this very clear! This Song Is Not About Cocaine And/Or Other Drugs/Alcohol In Any Way! It is the second part to his earlier song 'I Don't Want this Night To End'. There is a lot of interpretations out there that say that it is!

    In his earlier song,the song 'I Don't This Night To End', he met a girl at a party and had a great time with her. At the end, if you watch the video, she asked him to leave her a ticket to his concert for her, telling him that she'll see him again, basically.

    In this song, it's two months later from the end of the other song, and, again if you've watched the video, he's still leaving tickets for her. He doesn't know where she's from or if she's ever going to the show. He starts to get discouraged, thinking she'll never show.

    The song is based on how he can't get her out of his mind no matter how hard he tries.
    It is describing how he's head over heels for her and how he loves her so much he's 'drunk on her' and 'high on summer time'- even though he barely knew her. How he wants to be with her once again.

    The lines the make everyone think of Cocaine and/or other drugs, that doesn't have anything to do with them:

    "Snow in July." = Though this line can be taken for a cocaine reference, it isn't. The full line is: "Cotton wool fallin' like snow in July." Is referring is raw cotton falling around them. So the party where he met her is near a cotton plantation or something like it that has to do with raw cotton.

    "The best buzz I'm ever gonna find." and "I'm a little drunk on you and high on summertime." = Again, these lines can be taken as a cocaine/drug/alcohol reference, but again isn't. It is referring to how it make him feel to be around her. He's high/drunk on that feeling he had during the time he spent with her that summer before he had to leave.

    "If you ain't a ten, you're a 9.9." = He's saying that in his opinion, she is either perfect or VERY close to it.

    "Every little kiss is drivin' me wild, throwin' little cherry bombs into my fire." = Every little kiss she is giving him is making his head spin and he can't forget, how he wants more of them. They're making him fall for her even more.

    "Girl, you make my speakers go boom boom." and "That kinda thing makes a man go mhmm mhmm." Again, these lines can be taken as a cocaine/drug reference, but again isn't. It is referring to how it make him feel to be around her. How everything about her is makes his heart race, and he loves that feeling.

    This is both my reasons and proof, that this song is not about cocaine/drug/alcohol in anyway. I highly recommend that you watch the videos for "I Don't Want This Night To End" then "Drunk On You". It will make everything clearer for you.



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    anonymous
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    Aug 29th, 2012 8:45pm report


    I really doubt it is about cocaine. I thinks it's another love song



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    anonymous
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    Aug 3rd, 2012 8:57pm report


    This song is not about cocaine! It is describing how he is head over heels for her and how he loves her so hes drunk on her and high on summer time. Like he cant get enough of her and hes so attached hes drunk on her and hes loving his summer so hes drunk on you and high on summer time! (: thats just my opinion though.



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    anonymous
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    Jun 25th, 2012 6:09am report


    drunk on you and i dont want this night to end r about a girl that he loves,probably about his wife and,even if they arent its just a song(s) and video(s),so therefore,they r NOT about cocaine



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    SWAQcity
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    May 13th, 2012 5:39pm report


    The song “Drunk on You” by Luke Bryan is about cocaine.

    He never references it directly, nor ever will talk about it due to his good country boy image. John Lennon denied that “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” was ever about LSD (and it clearly is) because of the reputation of drugs in Britain at the time. Therefore it makes sense LB doesn't want everyone finding out about the songs' true meaning.
    Here are the subtle clues Luke Bryan gives us in this song and others:

    “girl you make my speakers go boom boom”
    girl = cocaine
    speakers = heart
    boom boom = beating fast

    References to cocaine:

    “snow in July”

    “The best buzz I'm ever gonna find”

    “high on summertime”

    “That kinda thing makes a man go mhmm mhmm”

    “If you ain't a ten, you're a 9.9”
    - (referring to the quality of the blow)

    “Every little kiss is drivin me wild, throwin little cherry bombs into my fire”
    - (every little bump is helping him reach his desired buzz, or ‘fire’)

    “So, let's slip on out, where it's a little bit darker
    And when it gets a little bit hotter
    We'll take off on out in the water”
    - (“when it gets a little bit hotter” means after they blow down they will be warm enough to get naked and jump in the water)


    "Drunk on You" is the sequel to “I Don’t Want this Night to End,” another song obviously about cocaine. Luke and this random girl with excellent quality blow stay up all night partying, and partying with the white lady.
    In this sequel, Luke spends 2 months looking for this girl solely because she has the good stuff (when he sings “if you aint a 10 you’re a 9.9). It wouldn’t make sense for him to be looking all this time for one girl he barely knew, especially considering he’s married.


    For these reasons, the song “Drunk on You” (and “I Don’t Want this Night to End”) are in fact about cocaine.

    This interpretation has been marked as poor. view anyway



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