Bloodied up in a Bar Fight – Song and Lyrics by Aaron West & the Roaring Twenties

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Discover the poetic beauty in ‘Bloodied up in a Bar Fight’ by Aaron West & the Roaring Twenties. This lyric breakdown takes you on a journey through the artist’s thoughts, emotions, and the story they aim to tell. From clever metaphors to evocative imagery, we delve into the nuances that make this song a lyrical masterpiece. Whether you’re a fan of Aaron West & the Roaring Twenties or a lover of well-crafted words, our detailed analysis will give you a deeper understanding and appreciation of this song.

It’s a new kind of empty, a beach town in the fall
It’s new kind of silent, counting cracks in the wall
There’s no one left to call
I’m locked in a jail cell
It’s a quarter past three
I can make out the weather on the lobby TV
It’s gonna rain this week

But I’m a pair of black eyes that just got my ass kicked in the glow of an exit sign
The cop’s got some friendly advice, says
“You don’t want problems with the crew that runs with those guys”
Bloodied up in a bar fight

No one’s pressing charges
I should get out by ten
The bartender said I was defending a friend
Yeah, they jumped a guy I paint houses with
The cops all got questions, is there somewhere you could stay?
I wore out my welcome at mom’s place in May
I don’t know what she’d say

And I don’t talk to my sister much
I think she’s sick of my shit
She lives up in Boston now
Has a life with her husband and kid
I try not to f*ck with it

But I’m just a pair of black eyes that just got my ass kicked in the glow of an exit sign
The cop’s got some friendly advice, says
“I would skip town before I ran back into those guys”
Bloodied up in a bar fight

I can’t bother Mom
I can’t bother Catherine
I can’t breathe through my nose
I think that it might be broken
I’m mastering the art of disappearing in the middle of the night
Bloodied up in a bar fight