If you download the explanatory video, the skinny male in the Trailer Choir says the inspiration was the girls at the fair. Wearing their bikini tops, sporting their muffintops, their beer guts.
I know we’re supposed to never eat. We’re supposed to be so thin that we look skinny on television, which legendarily adds ten to fifteen pounds. But you need food to live. It’s not alcohol or dope. You may be addicted, but you can’t live without it. And if at times you overdo it… Like my shrink says, if you never cross the line, you don’t know where it is!
You’re living life too safe.
Do you want to brag about getting less sleep, which the "New York Times" just said makes you more prone to being sick
do you want to go to the gym for four hours a day so you need to inject fat in your cheeks like Madonna, or do you want to live?
Life is really tough. If you sacrifice all the good parts, you’ve got nothing left.
I was driving up Chautauqua, punching the buttons on my XM radio, and I heard a song by the Trailer Choir. Maybe because there’s a comedy group in Canada entitled the Trailer Park Boys my first thought was I’d hit the wrong button, that I was on the comedy channel. But I was on the Highway, the country station.
There’s a million different types of girls all around the world and they’re all so beautiful
No one knows any better than me ‘cuz I stare so constantly
We’re always checking out the merchandise. And what entices us is not always what the magazines tell us is desirable. Those tall skinny girls, you’d break ‘em in bed. And how could they put out when they’re starving?
But I think I met my match last night at the club
She was sippin on a Bud, hangin with her friends on a Friday night
We want to meet our match. Sure, some people want someone to dominate. Hell, some want to be dominated. But most of us are looking for someone we can play verbal tennis with, before we go for a spot of tongue hockey. We like to riff. Sure, we start with looks, but then we go to conversation. And in a moment, we know if we want to go in hot pursuit. You open your mouth and it’s instantly yea or nay.
Five foot something, cherry bomb
She had everything going on
The first thing that caught my eye
She was rockin’ the beer gut
And I love the way she’s not ashamed
Rockin’ the beer gut
Well it’s just some extra love around her waist
Rockin’ the beer gut
She’s more than hot
And with the blue jeans a little tight around her butt
Rockin’ the beer gut
Wear ‘em tight and we don’t care how big your ass is. Just wrap up those buns and we’re ready to eat. You’re irresistible.
Yes, everybody is beautiful, in their own way. And nothing turns us on as much as confidence.
Well Toby Keith never looked so good hanging out right there on the front of her black t-shirt
As I walked up to the bar and said, ‘Can I buy you a drink girl?’
She spun me around and grabbed my hand and said, ‘First things first we’re gonna dance, if you can cut a rug boy after that, well you can’
Just a t-shirt. With your boobies adding definition. That’s all we need. Designer clothing might lighten your wallet, but it won’t get us stirred up as much as you in your jeans and t-shirt…well, we’d prefer you naked!
They say you’re nothing if you’re not on TV. But a confident woman needs no cameras to star in her own movie. And even if you’ve got a bit of extra padding around the middle, despite all the online hoopla, we’re still interested, VERY interested!
Because your extra pounds are evidence that you like to live, that you’re sensual, that you’ll tie us in a knot in bed.
Don’t feel inadequate, flaunt it!
Is this a real band or a one off? Doesn’t matter, they’ve delivered a stroke of genius. Truth wrapped up in a humorous ditty that tells us even though we may not be perfect, don’t work on Wall Street making millions, that doesn’t mean we’re not desirable, that doesn’t mean we can’t have fun!
This is a track that you can’t stop playing. Not quite as good as Joe Nichols’ "Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off", but not every track is legendary. But "Rockin’ The Beer Gut" was made not by machines, but real people. And that’s what we love about you, your imperfections. The looseness of this track is its appeal. It’s not about getting it seamless, but making sure the life is retained. Life, humanity, laughs, good times are baked into "Rockin’ The Beer Gut". I love it!