He drank Pearl in a can and Jack Daniels Black, Chewed tobacco from a mail pouch sack, Had an old dog that was trained to attack Prior to the coda, which traces the history of country music, this transcendence of disenfranchisement is alluded to in the conclusion of the song proper in a single line that makes the song less of a celebration of poverty and more of an indictment of the system that enables the creation and continuation of poverty: She's been through Hell since Junior went to jail. Nobody, no exceptions, period. Didn't know how he'd made it through The hard times. There was thirteen kids and a bunch of dogs, House full of chickens and a yard full of hogs; Spent the summertime cuttin' up logs For the winter. An' I'm thinkin' tonight of my blue eyes, And flyin' with the gray speckled bird.
The old man was covered in tattoos and scars; He got some in prison and others in bars.
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Momma sells eggs at the grocery store. But then the chorus hits, and Coe drops an n-bomb. The internet is at its best when it comprises a dialogue, in the spirit of which, I have taken stock of your comments and edited the original post. There was thirteen kids and a bunch of dogs, House full of chickens and a yard full of hogs; Spent the summertime cuttin' up logs For the winter. Read more quotes and sayings about Kiss My Ass. He'd get drunk and mean as a rattlesnake And there wasn't much that he would take From a stranger.