Album: Smoke 'Em If You Got 'Em (1990)
  • Eat steak, eat steak eat a big ol' steer
    Eat steak, eat steak do we have one dear?
    Eat beef, eat beef it's a mighty good food
    It's a grade A meal when I'm in the mood.

    Cowpokes'll come from a near and far
    When you throw a few rib-eyes on the fire
    Roberto Duran ate two before a fight
    'Cause it gave a lot of mighty men a lot of mighty might

    Eat steak, eat steak eat a big ol' steer
    Eat steak, eat steak do we have one dear?
    Eat beef, eat beef it's a mighty good food
    It's a grade A meal when I'm in the mood.

    Eat meat, eat meat, filet mignon
    Eat meat, eat meat, ear it all day long
    Eat a few T-bones till you get your fill
    Eat a New York cut, hot off the grill

    Eat steak, eat steak eat a big ol' steer
    Eat steak, eat steak do we have one dear?
    Eat beef, eat beef it's a mighty good food
    It's a grade A meal when I'm in the mood.

    Eat a cow, eat a cow 'cause it's good for you
    Eat a cow, eat a cow it's the thing that goes "Mooooo"

    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

    Saw a big Brangus Steer standing right over there
    So I rustled up a fire cooked him medium rare
    Bar-be -Q'ed his brisket, a roasted his rump
    Fed my dog that ol' Brangus Steer's hump

    Eat steak, eat steak eat a big ol' steer
    Eat steak, eat steak do we have one dear?
    Eat beef, eat beef it's a mighty good food
    It's a grade A meal when I'm in the mood. Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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