I Could Kick Your Ass

Album: Justin Moore (2009)
  • Moore explained this song to Great American Country: "It's obviously tongue-in-cheek. It's not serious, like I'm really going to whip somebody's ass. It's become a staple of our show. It's more or less about a guy who has all the money in the world and he thinks that is going to allow him to just take your girl and take over your world. But the bottom line is, you might have all the money and the cars, but I can whip your ass. Obviously it's a fun song to do live. We close the show with it and we've had a couple of hits. That song holds its own with the radio hits we have."

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