Lyrics: Rodney Carrington – Show Them To Me

Just a funny song I thought I would throw in. You can find this one on the soundtrack for “Beer For My Horses”

Oh it seems to me this whole world’s gone crazy
There’s too much hate and killin’ goin on
But when I see the bare chest of a woman
My worry’s and my problems are all gone
No one thinks of fightin’, when they see a topless girl
Baby if you would show yours too, we could save the world

Show them to me, show them to me
Unclasp your bra and set those puppies free
They’d look a whole lot better without that sweater baby I’m sure you’ll agree
If you got, two fun bags,
Show them to me

I don’t care if they don’t match or ones bigger than the other
You could show me one, and I’ll imagine the other
Even if you’re really old, there’s nothing wrong
Don’t be sad your boobs ain’t bad, they’re just a little long

Show them to me, show them to me
Lift up your shirt and let the whole world see
Just disrobe, show your globes and a happy man I’ll be
If you got, dos chichi’s,
Show them to me

I’ve met a lot of them, but never one I’ve hated
Even if you’ve had thirteen kids and you think they look deflated
There’s no such thing as a bad breast, I believe this much is true
If you’re a big fat man I’m a titty fan and I’d love to see yours toooo

Show them to me, show them to me
Just like the girls gone wild on T.V.
Just lean back and show your rack and I’ll be in ecstasy
If you got two casabas
Show them to me

All the world will live in harmony
It’ll do you good, it’ll give me wood, we’ll make history
If you love your country, I’m gonna say it one more time,
I said if you love your country yea
Then stand your ass up and show them big old titties to me

Published in: on November 26, 2008 at 6:19 pm  Leave a Comment  
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THE GREATEST GIFT OF ALL! with Toby Keith & Willie Nelson

HARK THE HERALD HERØES, STEPHEN SINGS!

STEPHEN COLBERT AND FRIENDS PRESENT “A COLBERT CHRISTMAS: THE GREATEST GIFT OF ALL!”

ONE-HOUR SPECIAL DEBUTS SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23 AT 10PM ET/PT

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Musical Performances By Stephen Colbert, Elvis Costello, Feist, Toby Keith,

John Legend, Willie Nelson and Jon Stewart

See a clip from the show at www.colbertnation.com

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“A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift Of All!” DVD Hits Stores On Tuesday, November 25

COMEDY CENTRAL Records Will Also Release Songs From The Special As A Digital Album Available Exclusively On iTunes On Tuesday, November 25 With A Portion Of The Proceeds >From Both Releases Benefiting The Charity Feeding America

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This year, a great American holiday tradition is born – watching “A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All!,” Stephen Colbert’s one-hour original musical holiday special premiering Sunday, November 23 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on COMEDY CENTRAL.

In the special, Colbert is on his way to perform with Elvis Costello in New York City but is trapped by snow in his cabin in upstate New York (bear country).  Luckily, his friends Feist, Toby Keith, John Legend, Willie Nelson and Jon Stewart stop by to help him celebrate the season.  “A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All!” features original songs written by David Javerbaum (executive producer, “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart”) and composer Adam Schlesinger (Fountains of Wayne), who recently collaborated on the Tony®-nominated Broadway musical “Cry Baby,” with the exception of “(What’s So Funny ’bout) Peace, Love And Understanding” which was written by Nick Lowe.  The songs were produced by Schlesinger and Steven M. Gold.  Theme music and score also by Schlesinger and Gold.

Songs performed on “A Colbert Christmas” include:

* “Another Christmas Song” – Stephen Colbert
* “Have I Got A Present For You” – Toby Keith
* “The Little Dealer Boy” – Stephen Colbert and Willie Nelson
* “Can I Interest You In Hannukah?” – Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart
* “Nutmeg” – Stephen Colbert and John Legend
* “Please Be Patient” – Feist
* “There Are Much Worse Things To Believe In” – Stephen Colbert and Elvis Costello
* “(What’s So Funny ’bout) Peace, Love And Understanding” – Stephen Colbert, Elvis Costello, Feist, Toby Keith, John Legend and Willie Nelson

For everyone in Colbert Nation, “A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All!” DVD is the perfect stocking stuffer.  It will hit stores on Tuesday, November 25, released via COMEDY CENTRAL Home Entertainment and Paramount Home Entertainment.  The bonus features include a book burning Yule log, video advent calendar, alternate endings and more.  COMEDY CENTRAL Records will also release the songs from the special as a digital album available exclusively on iTunes on Tuesday, November 25.  A portion of the proceeds from both the DVD and iTunes will benefit the charity Feeding America.

Feeding America, (formerly known as America’s Second Harvest), feeds America’s hungry through a nationwide network of member food banks and engages the country in the fight to end hunger.  It is the nation’s largest charitable hunger-relief organization, with a network of more than 200 Member food banks and food rescue organizations serving all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.  For more information, visit http://www.feedingamerica.org.

“A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All” is produced by Spartina Productions, Inc.  Colbert and Allison Silverman are the executive producers with Meredith Bennett and Richard Dahm as co-executive producers.  Jim Hoskinson is the director.  Lou Wallach and Dan Powell are the executives in charge of production for COMEDY CENTRAL.

“The Colbert Report” is produced by Jon Stewart’s Busboy Productions, Inc. in association with Spartina Productions, Inc.  Stewart, Colbert and Allison Silverman are the executive producers with Meredith Bennett and Richard Dahm as co-executive producers.  Jim Hoskinson is the director.  Lou Wallach and Dan Powell are the executives in charge of production for COMEDY CENTRAL.

Published in: on November 19, 2008 at 3:15 pm  Leave a Comment  
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Review – No Problem Ranch (Radio)

I found a pretty good online radio station called No Problem Ranch. Great Texas Music. Not only will you hear the more current stuff they also play a good mix of Texas music from the past like Bob Wills and Cindy Walker. Some of the station breaks are a little on the controversial side and rather political, but hey thats the way we are in Texas! They are definitely not a liberal radio station. They are conservatives and proud of it. Their web site has a link for music news and political news. Beside the political stuff it’s a great radio station and good break from Radio Free Texas, which is getting a little repetitious with their request. I am not saying RFT is a bad station, I still listen to them everyday, I am saying that NPR should be added to your listening rotation!

On a scale of 1-5 No Problem Ranch get a 4.5 from me!

Published in: on March 8, 2008 at 8:31 am  Comments (4)  
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Review – Randy Brown – Hard Face to Face (CD)

Randy Brown

Sophomore CD Hard Face to Face

RB Productions

  1. Hard, Hard World
  2. Ophelia
  3. Honky Tonk Mood Again
  4. Hard Face to Face
  5. Warmth of the Wine
  6. Tell ’em I’ve Gone Crazy
  7. Your Secret’s Safe With Me
  8. Goin’ Down Drinkin’
  9. A Dime at a Time
  10. This Guitar is for Sale
  11. Rodeo This
  12. I Never Did Know
  13. Cuttin’ the Rug
  14. All Likkered Up

Randy is a very energetic performer, and his music shows that. There is a reason that he is nominated for 5 awards this year at the Texas Music Awards. Including Male Vocalist of the Year.

The CD starts off strong with Hard, Hard World written by Jamie Hartford. The song shows an influence of Bellamy Brothers. Very down to earth song with lots of energy. Track 2 Ophelia, is kind of a cute song about a woman who just up and left. Honky Tonk Mood Again keeps the ball rollin’ with a medium tempo rant about a fun lovin’ girlfriend/wife who like to dance and have a good time. Hard Face to Face is the first song on this CD written by Randy. Great lyrics, been many a day that I looked in the mirror and felt the same way. A little slower than I like but great song writing! Track 5 Warmth of the Wine is definitely one for the dance floor! On Tell ’em I’ve Gone Crazy Randy called in the big guns! The song written by the immortal Ed Bruce back in 1984 is sure to be a hit for Randy also. 20 plus years since this song came out and Randy nailed it. If you have read any of my other reviews you know I don’t care for the slow songs but this song you can’t help but like, “Kudos Randy, Good Job!” Your Secret’s Safe With Me is another Jamie Hartford addition. One of the best tracks on the CD in my opinion. Track 8 is another Randy Brown original co-written with James Brock, Goin’ Down Drinkin’. How many time have we all been here? Lost a love and trying to get over her but always seem to fail and feeling knocked down. Well if I’m, goin’ down “I’m gonna go down drinkin'” . Another classic throwback, A Dime at a Time, written by Jerry Chesnut and Dottie Bruce. This song puts Randy up there with the like of Ernest Tubb and Del Reeves. Great choice for Randy another spot on cover. This Guitar is for Sale written by Shel Silverstein is probably my least favorite song on this CD. Now that is not to say it is a bad song. As I stated I don’t personally care for the slow tempo songs. Lyrically it is a great song and Randy does a great job on the vocals. So if you like the slower stuff you will most likely love this song. Rodeo This displays bold Texas lyricism combined with Nashville craftsmanship. OK I admit it I didn’t write that line but it does fit. I found that statement on the Texas Music Round-up web site. This song was written by Roy Robinson and Shawn Pabst. A 1996 David Ball tune I Never Did Know is another cover that Randy did a great version of. In my opinion it is better than the original, Sorry David. Cuttin’ the Rug the third Randy Brown original was co-written with Mike Owen. Great up tempo Texas Swing. Sure to get ’em on the dance floor. That brings us to what I feel is the best song on the CD. All Likkered Up witten by Roger Alan Wade.

Some other notable personalities on Randy’s CD are Ray Austin, Chad & Reggie Rueffer & Tommy Alverson.

Produced by Tommy Alverson, Chad Rueffer and Randy Brown.

The 5 Awards that Randy is nominated for at the TMA’s this year are:

  • Male Vocalist of the Year – Randy Brown
  • Producer of the Year – Randy Brown, Tommy Alverson & Chad Rueffer
  • Album of the Year – Hard Face to Face, Randy Brown
  • Entertainer of the Year – Randy Brown
  • Live Band of the Year – Randy Brown Band

you can vote for Randy at The Texas Music Awards website.

Published in: on February 14, 2008 at 8:48 am  Leave a Comment  
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