Album: Smoke 'Em If You Got 'Em (1990)
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  • Boston market used this in commercials for their new beef items, but they only used the "Eat beef, eat beef, it's a mighty good food" chorus. They left out the part of the song describing how the beef gets there: "Look at all the cows in the slaughterhouse yard, gotta hit 'em in the head, gotta hit 'em real hard, first you gotta clean 'em then the butcher cuts 'em up, throws it on a scale, throws an eyeball in a cup."

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