Beverly Hills, 1947, California. Officers came all the way from Fresno to arrest B-movie actress Miss Barbara Land. The charge was burglary of the Snow Line Lodge. Barbara and two of her pals allegedly visited the tavern, but finding it closed they entered through a window, whooped it up with a few drinks and pillaged the cash from the till.
Barbara had a troubled past but she was Cornero’s wife and she loved him, far more than he loved her. True to her tumultuous ways, their relationship was rocky. Seeing Barbara as a junkie and a liability, Corenro’s brothers and friends tried to get him to move on but he couldn’t. He knew she needed him and Barbara was desperate to keep her man.
THIRSTY FOR YOUR LOVE
YOU DON’T LOVE ME, LIKE I LOVE YOU YOU DON’T SEE ME, LIKE I SEE YOU
YOU DON’T WANT ME, HALF AS MUCH AS I WANT YOU YOU DON’T NEED ME ANYMORE
SO WALK ME TO THE RIVER AND POUR ME UP A DRINK I’M THIRSTY FOR YOUR LOVE
I’VE BEEN PATIENT, GAVE YOU TIME NOW NOW GIVE ME SOME OF YOUR LOVIN’
AND I’LL GIVE YOU SOME OF MINE
THAT’S NOT THE WAY GOD INTENDED IT TO BE BUT AT THIS TIME, I’LL TAKE ANYTHING
SO WALK ME TO THE RIVER AND POUR ME UP A DRINK I’M THIRSTY
I’M THIRSTY FOR YOUR LOVE