Brahms and Liszt

Brahms and Liszt

slang Drunk. The phrase comes from rhyming slang in which "Brahms and Liszt" rhymes with "pissed" (drunk). Primarily heard in UK. Do you remember last night at the pub at all, or were you completely Brahms and Liszt?
See also: and, Brahms
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