"Up Against The Wall Redneck Mother" as written by and Ray Wylie Hubbard....
He was born in Oklahoma
And his wife's name is Betty Lou Thelma Liz
He's not responsible for what he's doing
His mother made him what he is

And it's up against the wall, redneck mother
Mother who has raised her son so well
He's thirty four and drinkin' in a honky tonk
Just kickin' hippies' asses and raisin' hell

Sure does like his Falstaff beer
He likes to chase it down with that Wild Turkey liquor
He drives a '57 GMC pickup truck
Got a gun rack
"A Goat Roper needs love too" sticker

And it's up against the wall, redneck mother
Mother who has raised her son so well
He's thirty four drinkin' in a honky tonk
Kickin' hippies' asses and raisin' hell, ah pick

Ah play it for mama

M is for the mud flaps she gave me for my pickup truck
O is for the oil I put on my hair
T is for T-Bird
H is for Haggard
E is for Eggs
And R is for Redneck

Up against the wall, redneck mother
Mother who has raised her son so well
He's thirty four and drinkin' in a honky tonk
Kickin' hippies' asses and raisin' hell, let's go

Yeah and it's up against the wall, redneck mother
Mother who has raised her son so well
He's thirty four drinkin' in a honky tonk
Kickin' hippies' asses and raisin' hell

What's that spell, let's go get Oklahoma USA


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"Up Against the Wall, Redneck Mother" as written by Ray Wylie Hubbard

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    General CommentIt could apply to Tony Morris and Steve Leonard of The Saga of Darren Shan. Tony is an alcoholic and a bully who has older men get him alcoholic beverages. Steve Leonard has raised a lot of hell by doing things such as pointing sharp objects near babies. I wouldn't be surprised if Jerry read these books and used these characters as inspiration if he wrote it when the books first came out.
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