"Put your hands up"

Wednesday, June 25, 2008
When you see a deer you see Bambi
And I see antlers up on the wall
When you see a lake you think picnic
And I see a large mouth up under that log
You're probably thinking that you're going to change me
In some ways well maybe you might
Scrub me down, dress me up but remember no matter what
I'm still a guy When you see a priceless French painting
I see a drunk, naked girl
You think that riding a wild bull sounds crazy
And I'd like to give it a whirl
Well love makes a man do some things he ain't proud of
And in a weak moment I might walk your sissy dog, hold your purse at the mall
But remember, I'm still a guy
I'll pour out my heart Hold your hand in the car
Write a love song that makes you cry
Then turn right around knock some jerk to the ground'Cause he copped a feel as you walked by
I can hear you now talking to your friends
Saying, "Yeah girls he's come a long way"From dragging his knuckles and carrying a club
And building a fire in a cave
But when you say a backrub means only a backrub
Then you swat my hand when I try
Well, what can I say at the end of the day Honey, I'm still a guy
I'll pour out my heart Hold your hand in the car Write a love song that makes you cry
Then turn right around knock some jerk to the ground'
Cause he copped a feel as you walked by
These days there's dudes getting facials Manicured, waxed and botoxed
With deep spray-on tans and creamy lotiony hands
You can't grip a tacklebox
With all of these men lining up to get neutered
Getting out of being feminized. I don't highlight my hair
I've still got a pair, Yeah honey, I'm still a guy, Oh my eyebrows ain't plucked
There's a gun in my truck Oh thank God,
I'm still a guy

-Brad Paisley-

-Warning Label-
I in no way am responsible for the catchy lyrics and sweet rhymes

1 comments:

Josh and Melanie said...

I LOVE it!
Did I ever mention that Brad Paisley and I were like BEST friends while we both went to Belmont? :) (j/k!) I still think one of my very favorite songs of his is "Ticks" I just love that he's a big star who doesn't take himself too seriously, but still shares his faith on his albums. Cool!