"If George Strait Starts Dancin'" as written by James Barry Poole, Chris Clark and Bill A. Whyte....
Every time a country awards show comes on my TV
I'm forced to put up with some choreography
I really like She Daisy and Sara Evans is mighty fine
But I prefer my country music without all that bump and grind

So Shania put some clothes on
Stop prancin' all around
And Mark Miller I get dizzy watching you spin with Sawyer Brown
Even Jo Dee Messina's shaking her hips and all of her red
But if George Strait starts dancing somebody shoot me in the head

Well you never saw Hank Jr. do the electric bugaloo
And I can't see Merle Haggard moonwalking in his boots
Now Faith Hill is a diva and she can shake her bootyful thing
But I prefer my country singers to just hold real still and sing

So Kenny Chesney keep your hat on
Quit trying to get down
You don't see Brad Paisley sugar footin' like James Brown
(Hey I want to get in too)
Even the Dixie Chicks got their groove on and Earl's dead
But if George Strait starts dancing somebody shoot me in the head

Last night I had a bad dream that country was going pop
I seen Alan Jackson break dancing while McGraw did the robot
So Trace Adkins put one glove on if you're gonna dance like that
You move like Michael Jackson but you wear a cowboy hat
(Hee Hee)
Now I don't much agree with what Lee Ann Womack said
So if George Strait Starts dancin' somebody shoot me in the head
If George Strait Starts dancin' somebody shoot me in the head


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"If George Strait Starts Dancin'" as written by Chris Clark James Barry Poole

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    My InterpretationIt's about a country purist who wants his country singers to just stand there and sing when they perform. He apparently doesn't like all the trappings that make concerts fun. I'm surprised that he didn't mention Garth Brooks and Carrie Underwood swinging into the audiences like they're monkeys.
    seeingon January 11, 2015   Link

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