It's been a pretty long time, baby
But now, I'm back in town
It's time to leave your husband
Now you know that little clown

Last time we were seeing
Didn't you beg for more
It's OK with me as long
As you do it four on the floor

This is what I'm giving you, you'll get it all tonight
You will be my lover, but not my tender wife
I'll be harder than your husband, I'll be harder than your man
I'll hit you with my twenty inch until you can not stand
I'll be harder than your husband, I'll be harder than your man
I'll hit you with my twenty inch until you can not stand

I've missed the little North Pole
On the bottom of my twister
Here's the one-eyed-worm
Now you'll never be a sister

Well, it's time to leave now
You better walk her home
Don't forget you underwear
You look pretty stoned

This is what I'm giving you, you'll get it all tonight
You will be my lover, but not my tender wife
I'll be harder than your husband, I'll be harder than your man
I'll hit you with my twenty inch until you can not stand

I'll be harder than your husband, I'll be harder than your man
I'll hit you with my twenty inch until you can not stand
I'll be harder than your husband, I'll be harder than your man
I'll be harder than your husband, I'll be harder than your man


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The Sad But True Story of Ray Mingus, the Lumberjack of Bulk Rock City, and His Never Slacking Stribe in Exploiting the So Far Undiscovered Areas of the Intention to Bodily Intercourse from the Opposite Species of His Kind, During Intake of All the Mental song meanings
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    General CommentHow are there NO comments on this gloriously offensive little gem of a Rednex song? Here, I'll add one finally.

    When I heard my first Rednex song, "Cotton Eye Joe", I had NO CLUE that there would even BE a band called "Rednex", much less suspect they weren't even AMERICAN. Regardless, once I found out a friend of mine had an old album of theirs, "Sex & Violins", I decided to go ahead and borrow it from him. When I saw this track listed on the back of the CD case, I was FLOORED to see a title THAT long, but even MORE floored to actually LISTEN to the track! How was this song even POSSIBLE? My GOD, those were some of the MOST offensive lyrics IMAGINABLE... and I LOVED it!
    limedogon December 22, 2013   Link
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    General CommentThe full title will not fit, it is:

    "The Sad But True Story Of Ray Mingus, The Lumberjack Of Bulk Rock City, And His Never Slacking Strive To Exploit The So Far Undiscovered Areas Of The Intention To Bodily Intercourse From The Opposite Species Of His Kind, During Intake Of All The Mental Conditions That Could Be Derived From Fermentation"
    Mellow_Harsheron June 24, 2017   Link

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