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The Bottoms Up Songfacts explains that the phrase "Bottoms Up" meaning "cheers" or "good health" originates from the British Navy where it was used in the 18th century as a drinking toast. The bottoms are those of the glasses as they are tilted up over the drinkers' mouths.

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Hey who's coming with me, to kick a hole in the sky?
I love the whiskey, let's drink that shit til it's dry.
So grab a Jim Beam, JD, whatever you…

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