I'm gonna go get big boy, Hogan
To come 'round here an' dig your grave
'An I'll be standin' by with a pick and a shovel
To chuck some-a-that, cold dirt in your face

Honey, I been down at your bury
Be ridin' around in my V8-Ford
Honey, you think you so smart?
Girl, but I swear you, you just don't know

So when you renew your insurance
You better get a little bit a-that, 'sick and accident', too
'Cause if you keep messin' up, baby girl
You know somethin'-a bad's, gonna happen to you

Honey, I'll be down at your bury
Be ridin' around-round, in my V-8 Ford
Do you think you so smart?
Honey, you just don't know

But you think you so fine, baby
Of form and face
I'll be down at the cemetery
With another woman by my side, you know to
To take your place

Honey, I'll be down at your bury
Be ridin' around in my V8-Ford
Honey, you think you so smart
Ooo-ooo-umm
Girl, you don't know.


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