LyricLi

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    Damn! I was proud of the fact that i even looked her up on Wiki and checked my facts about the drugs and such... i guess I should have checked dates. Don't you think the PM references are odd though? You think it's simply coincidence?
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    White lines on your mind Keep it steady. You were never ready For the lies You don’t have no Dr. Robert You don’t have no Uncle Albert You don’t even have good credit You can write, but you can’t edit So, what do you think of this? Just the other day it struck me that this song may be about Heather Mills. People have commented that it’s about drugs because Dr. Robert supplied drugs to celebs, there’s the white lines reference and “you don’t even have good credit.” That all seems plausible BUT both song references connect to Paul McCartney (Dr. Robert- Beatles/ Uncle Albert- Paul and Linda McCartney) I’m not sure what the white lines reference if we assume this is about Mills/ McCartney… it could be a number of things- some speculate she abused drugs, she accused him of using during divorce proceedings… or it could be white lines as in blank paper- the future they were going to have, or the lies she had the freedom to tell, like life to her is just white lines. “Keep it steady. You were never ready for the lies”. Keep it steady seems like “stay on track with the lie” and Miss Mills was certainly known to lie. A lot. The next 2 lines are referring to McCartney and maybe Mills proclaiming to have certain things in common with him, like she could connect with his songs/ his life, like she shared things with him but it was all made up… and then “you don’t even have good credit” Prob because some say she married him for his $- and got millions in the divorce. The double entendre here is that Mills also had bad credit/ credibility with her own honesty. Like I said, she was sort of known, or at least is now, for being a liar. And finally, you can write, but you can’t edit- she made up a lot of lies but she also got caught. You can’t edit, you can’t fix the lies and make them believable.
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    White lines on your mind Keep it steady. You were never ready For the lies You don’t have no Dr. Robert You don’t have no Uncle Albert You don’t even have good credit You can write, but you can’t edit So, what do you think of this? Just the other day it struck me that this song may be about Heather Mills. People have commented that it’s about drugs because Dr. Robert supplied drugs to celebs, there’s the white lines reference and “you don’t even have good credit.” That all seems plausible BUT both song references connect to Paul McCartney (Dr. Robert- Beatles/ Uncle Albert- Paul and Linda McCartney) I’m not sure what the white lines reference if we assume this is about Mills/ McCartney… it could be a number of things- some speculate she abused drugs, she accused him of using during divorce proceedings… or it could be white lines as in blank paper- the future they were going to have, or the lies she had the freedom to tell, like life to her is just white lines. “Keep it steady. You were never ready for the lies”. Keep it steady seems like “stay on track with the lie” and Miss Mills was certainly known to lie. A lot. The next 2 lines are referring to McCartney and maybe Mills proclaiming to have certain things in common with him, like she could connect with his songs/ his life, like she shared things with him but it was all made up… and then “you don’t even have good credit” Prob because some say she married him for his $- and got millions in the divorce. The double entendre here is that Mills also had bad credit/ credibility with her own honesty. Like I said, she was sort of known, or at least is now, for being a liar. And finally, you can write, but you can’t edit- she made up a lot of lies but she also got caught. You can’t edit, you can’t fix the lies and make them believable.