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  • Dylanisgod2

    great slide guitar playing

    5 Jul 2012 Responder
  • ctd55

    A song for the Southern wiseacre. It's crafted from, and celebrates, the most obvious and offensive stereotypes of the Southerner. It's an ode to the Southerner as slack-jawed, filthy, inbred, drunken, and violent fool. (I'm sure I forgot a few epithets there.) But it's too conventional and obvious to be cutting irony; this is, instead, amicable teasing from a Southern outsider. (After all, the Chosen People have never felt especially welcome in the South--or anywhere else, for that matter.) And who can deny the appeals of this lifestyle? Getting drunk, cruising the backroads, and taking potshots at wildlife--people do these things because they're just plain fun. (Why else would they risk time in the clink for such fleeting pleasures?) There's something to be said for the vulgar pleasures of the vulgar people, and this song says it. No other song makes being an ignorant hick seem so darn appealing; that's quite an achievement--for Randy and for the South.

    1 Abr 2010 Responder
  • qamarna3

    I'm the #1 fan, who the hell are these foolz?

    5 May 2006 Responder

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