Well it's 40 below and I don't give a fuck
Got a heater in my truck and I'm off to the rodeo
And it's Alabama left and Alabama right
Come on ya fuckin' dummy get your right step right
Get off the stage ya god damn dude get off

Piss me off ya fuckin' jerk get on my nerves

Well here comes Johnny with his pecker in his hand
He's a one ball man and he's off to the rodeo
And it's ala man left and ala man right
Come on ya fuckin' dummy get your right step right
Get off the stage god damn dude get off

Piss me off ya fuckin' jerk get on my nerves

Well it's 40 below and I aint got a truck
and i dont give a fuck cause im off to the rodeo
And it's Alabama left and Alabama right
Come on ya fuckin' dummy get your right step right
Get off the stage ya god damn goof ya know

Piss me off ya fuckin' jerk get on my nerves

Well here comes Johnny with his pecker in his hand
He's a one ball man and he's off to the rodeo
And it's Alabama and Alabama right
Come on ya fuckin' dummy get your right step right
Get off the stage ya god damn dude get off

Piss me off fuckin' jerk get on my nerves


Lyrics submitted by BOBCAT, edited by LKTraz

Rodeo Song song meanings
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    General Commentwell here comes johnny with his pecker in his hand hes a one ball man and hes off to the rodeo.. LOL. best line ever.
    NicoleInWonderlandon November 15, 2004   Link
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    General CommentToo bad David Allen Coe sings this song.
    ridingfenceson July 23, 2006   Link
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    General CommentActually its GARY LEE AND THE SHOWDOWN. Chris LeDoux and David Allen Coe get there names pinned to a lot of songs they didn't sing
    waiting4myrucaon July 31, 2006   Link
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    General Commentchris ledoux did a cover
    butterrollon September 30, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIt's not Alabama, you dorks. It's allemande, a square dance call. This song is about the Calgary stampede.
    mobyspudon September 10, 2019   Link

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