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Budd Lite Boy

Artist: Pasco Pat

Album: "High Cotton"
Category: Americana, Singer/songwriter, Comedy



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Description: Budd Lite Boy
Decent living is the hallmark of a pleasant neighborhood
Where folks keep up their property and do the things they should.
But it seems there’s always someone who despises all the rules,
Never seems to be a shortage of uneducated fools.

I walk down to my mailbox on my peaceful rural street,
Each side of the roadway is natural and neat
Except for the cans and the bottles that he threw
Out of his open car window – buddy, shame on you!

Budd Lite boy, I do not understand
Why you do not toss your empties in your own trash can.
If I see another bottle, if I find another can,
I will hunt you down and you may never grow to be a man.

If the judge cries murder, I will ask him for reprieve,
I will tell him I was sticking up for all that I believe.
Those who don’t maintain this planet got no business livin’ here
‘Til they do what they’re supposed to with an empty can of beer.

Budd Lite boy, I do not understand
Why you do not toss your empties in your own trash can.
If I see another bottle, if I find another can,
I will hunt you down - you may never grow to be a man.
… BuddLite boy I’m lookin’ for you.

Submitted: December 28, 2017 3:18PM


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