Two more shots of vodka Couldn’t bring me down Look at me I’m falling Watch me as I drown Two more shots of something Give it to me quick I just wanna finish All this is too sick Two more shots of vodka All I need from you Make the world so pretty Make your words be true Three to hit the floor now Come on send me there Someplace I’ll be fine, now Beautiful somewhere Two more shots of vodka Please don’t pass me by Here’s a chance to make a change Teach me how to fly Come on give me something Make it go away Two more shots of vodka Rewind, hit the “play” This will all get better Trust me; that I know Two more shots of vodka Fluids draining slow Two more shots of vodka Nothing that I need Wipe me out, I’m falling - cold Never been so free.
In August 1991, Yeltsin won international plaudits for casting himself as a democrat and defying the August coup attempt of 1991 by hard-line Communists. But he left office widely despised as a desperate, ailing autocrat among the Russian population. As president, Yeltsin's conception of the presidency was highly autocratic. Yeltsin either acted as his own prime minister (until June 1992) or appointed men of his choice, regardless of parliament. His confrontations with parliament climaxed in the October