Too Much Blood is the eighth song off Wednesday 13s second solo album Fang Bang


I've got a shotgun

A bottle of Jack

Going to hell and I ain't ever coming back

Last call for alcohol

I'll tell you when I'm done

Wanted in ten states

A motherfucker on the run

Now let's go

So tell me when did drinking become a crime

Your whining and complaining

Is cutting into my drinking time

I've got too much blood in my

Too much blood in my

Too much blood in my

Too much blood in my

Too much blood in my

Too much blood in my

Too much blood in my alcohol system

I'm whisky bent and I'm feeling fine

Well, I've been up and down

It happens every time

Broken bottles don't mend broken hearts

Home wrecker 101

Now where do we start

Now let's go

On your mark

Get ready and...

Drink!, drink!, drink!, drink!, drink!, drink!, drink!

Typical Alcohol LevelsEdit

Low-alcohol beer: 0.0%–4%

Beer: 4%–12% (most often 4%–6%)

Barley wine (strong ale): 10%–15%

Specialty beers: (13%–25%)

Cider: 4%–8%

Alcopops: 4%–17.5%

Wine: 9%–16% (most often 12.5%–14.5%)[6]

Fortified wine: 15.5%–20%[7] (In the European Union, 18%–22%.)

Liqueurs: 15%–55%

Spirits: 20%–95%

Soju: 20%-45% (usually 20%)

Shochu: 25%-45% (usually 25%)

Vodka: 32%–60% (usually around 40%)

Rum: 37.5%–75.5%

Whisky: 40%–55% (usually 40% or 43%)

Baijiu: 40%–60%

Palinka: 42%–86%

Rakija: 42%–86%

Absinthe: 45%–75%

Poteen: 90%–95%

Neutral grain spirit: 95%

Rectified spirit: 96.5%

Absolute alcohol: 100%

Initially, alcohol generally produces feelings of relaxation and cheerfulness, but further consumption can lead to blurred vision and coordination problems. Cell membranes are highly permeable to alcohol, so once alcohol is in the bloodstream it can diffuse into nearly every biological tissue of the body. After excessive drinking, unconsciousness can occur and extreme levels of consumption can lead to alcohol poisoning and death (a concentration in the blood stream of 0.45% will kill half of those affected). Death can also occur through asphyxiation by vomit. An appropriate first aid response to an unconscious, drunken person is to place them in the recovery position.

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