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The song conveys McCoy's self-avowed patriotism, as well as his displeasure towards football players protesting police brutality during the national anthem. While assailed by critics, the song was a moderate commercial success. McCoy stated that "Take a Knee, My Ass" was made in response to American football players' kneeling during the national anthem; McCoy found the footballers' actions disrespectful.
What the fuck? Whatcha' lookin' at, fuck? Whatcha' lookin' at, FUCK?
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Well um, lookin real sexy right now You and your girls, are lookin good Look why don't y'all take off y'all jackets What's your name baby? It got a crazy feel, shit feel like you in a danger field Hypnotize, stuck it in her, daze for real That's exactly why we call this one Hazyville Hazyville. All lyrics are property and copyright of their owners.
Of hilltops of blowing heather? That's what I dreamed, that's what I saw That's what I dreamed; tell me, is that what you saw? Musical Chairs Youngtree, Wakeham There are children in a schoolhouse playing a game Get five chairs and six little dears, move to the music They dance in a circle; so anxious, so hopeful each one But when the music stops, another child is gone It's Musical Chairs, Musical Chairs Get up and dance, there's no need for fear. Our seats will be taken, so a fuss don't be makin' We're all playing Musical Chairs Get up and dance.