"Runnin' Block" as written by and Toby Keith/scott Emerick....
My buddy said his girlfriend is as pretty as can be
He said help a brother out tonight and come double date with me
She's gotta a baby sister and they're headed into town
They're lookin' for a good time
They're fun to be around

I said what do she look like?
He scratched his head and stated
"She was a home comin' football queen before she graduated.
We'll wine and dine and do 'em fine
And really double date 'em
Then take 'em back to the motel six and
Try to separate 'em.

They showed up in a pick up
They were right on time
His was kinda hefty
But not half as big as mine

I'm runnin' block
Turn the lights down low
Runnin' block
Don't want know one to know
That I tried to drink her skinny but she's still about two hundred and fifteen
Sometimes you got to bow up
And take one for the team

She cleaned her plate at dinner
Then she ate what's left of mine
Then she wolfed down a big cheesecake as I drank all the wine
She strolled out to the patio for an after dinner cig
I said "Bro you done 'er this time and gonna owe me big

You know why?
'Cause my brother's havin' a party
Thought you outta know
He's got coeds swimmin' naked

Lyrics submitted by ButNeverOutgunned

"Runnin' Block" as written by Toby Keith Scott Emerick

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    General CommentYou cant say this song isn
    nantes21on June 02, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIt's a "Bus Song" So yes it is a song and its about two guy friends who go on a double date and one of the girls is pretty and the other not so. The one whos gets the not so he wants the one with the pretty oone to let him have her "Take one for the team"

    so yeah
    TobyKCovelon June 02, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis is one of the funniest songs. Nothin like trying to drink a girl skinny
    boost02on December 24, 2007   Link

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