Whoo, whoo
Jeb, get away from the barbecue man
Go on, get the hell away from that thing
C'mon, just give me a kiss
Won't you come and give me a kiss


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  • +2
    General Comment

    beautiful kentucky mockery.. funny shhtuff

    Ichion June 10, 2002   Link
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    General Comment

    The backing music is apparently just a little snippet of a song from the Deliverance soundtrack. I've never actually seen that movie, but a couple of years ago I heard someone busking with a banjo in the subway play the original song and was kind of taken aback when I realized why it sounded so familiar.

    destroyalltacoson November 24, 2006   Link
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    wow, I think even the Beasties would have to call you on that one. Favorite country song?? Have you heard more than one?

    Side note - it's bluegrass, not country.

    Chinupon December 31, 2004   Link
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    um, okay...

    Doobie Beeon February 14, 2005   Link
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    Lyric Correction

    Maybe I'm being a little anal here but isn't "Don's, give me a kiss" Actually "Go on! Skin that cat!" Isn't "skin that cat" bluegrass slang for playing the fiddle? Which is the next instrument heard.

    Mushmouth Joeon June 23, 2012   Link
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    My favorite country song, except maybe for "Mule Skinner Blues."

    Black Dahliaon November 03, 2004   Link

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