Singled Out: Paul Epic

(antiMusic) Welcome to Singled Out! where we ask artists to tell us the inside story of their latest single. Today Paul Epic tells us about "Last Stop on a Hard Fall" from his brand new album "South of Heaven, North of Hell". We now turn it over to Paul for the story:

We were at the Mandalay Bay and I was hanging out with Mike K former guitarist for Nelly Furtado and a girl named Merry who was bass player for Sheband , I had actually just met her when she introduced herself to me. Danzigs bodyguard was in the house also. Well a bunch of us decided to head to a local strip bar. I went with Merry, we invited another couple and Mike K came along too. When arrived some other bands were also at the club. We took a Vip and hung out for a while. Merry and I noted that the girl from the couple we invited was having fun but the guy she was with didn't seem to feel comfortable.

Merry had to get up early next day so she left shortly after. Soon after the other couple got into an argument. Seems the young lady liked hanging out talking to us musicians but the guy didn't like it. I was feeling a bit like joking around so got up, put my arm around her as they argued and said. Friend, she doesn't want to hang out with you, she likes hanging out with the rockstars. She laughed, he looked puzzled. I sat down as I was just joking.

Suddenly he grabbed her and shoved her up against the bar grabbing her throat. I jumped up, but a bouncer was already there so I whispered, he's gotta go. Well he went alright but called LVPD and said we had kidnapped his girlfriend. The police knew better and asked if she would like to leave while they where talking to him.

We left in a cab. She grabbed her stuff and as we got on the elevator on their floor with her stuff he stepped onto the floor muttering "Angie" Angie? We hung out and became friends but I figured even though the lady needed help she was also guilty of getting herself in that jam. I guess the guy had flown her to town to hang out but he wasn't used to her fun loving friendly way and couldn't handle it. I called the song last stop as I pegged her for a girl who could make you think she loved ya but just as quick make you drop to the bottom of low if she wanted. Wild woman, mans ruin! And hence Last Stop

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